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Dom Pérignon releases two vintage rosés

Champagne producer Dom Pérignon has launched a rosé vintage 2000, its first rosé this decade, together with the first mature vintage rosé Champagne in its Œnothèque Collection – Dom Pérignon Œnothèque Rosé 1990.

Vintages in the Dom Pérignon Œnothèque range first spend a minimum of seven years (for blanc) and 10 years (for rosé) in the cellar on the lees. When the wine reaches its first plenitude, it is disgorged and released. A limited number of bottles, however, are set aside to being a second period of aging in the cellar.
Now 20 years old and at the peak of its second plenitude, Œnothèque Rosé 1990 is available in limited quantities on allocation only to top UK restaurants and prestige retailers from April, priced from £520.

Dom Pérignon Rosé 2000 will be from April, priced from £280.


1 March 2010 - Felicity Murray