Tasting notes : With its bright fruit and great complexity, the aromatic bouquet opens with delicate floral notes, citrus fruits and stone fruits, along with anise and mint, which bring a nice freshness. The second nose emphasises spicy and woody notes, reminiscent of roasting. On the palate, the flavours of the Dom Perignon 2008 Vintage are perfectly coherent with the champagne's aromatic expression. Precise clean and tonic, the wine displays a warm, generous bounty of fruit, further enhanced by a lively acidity. Full of flavour, the length of the finish stretches forth infinitely, offering plentu of smoky nuances.
About the Winery : Dom Perignon is a celebrated Champagne house, whose foundation was inspired by Pierre Perignon's quest for the ultimate perfection in Champagne. Keeper of the estate's prestigious brand image is the LVMH luxury group, now headed by Dom Perignon, joined by other prestigious houses such as Krug, Ruinart, Veuve Cliquot and Moet & Chandon. The values upheld but he Champagne House today are hard work and intuition, observation and understanding, knowledge and respect - the same values embodied by iconic cellar master Richard Geoffroy. In addition its rich aromatic complexity, the wines of Dom Perignon are distinguished by their structure and texture, which give each vintage a unique, precious and inimitable character. The aesthetic of the bottle captures the brilliance of the wine inside and is often decorated by renowned artists, such as in the case of the label that glows in the dark and the limited edition collectibles, like the Dom Perignon Rose Vintage Box Gold 2000.