Moncharm | Moet & Chandon Dom Perignon Rose 2002
Beginning with a pleasant and lilting bouquet and then transitioning into an explosive, full bodied wine with intense flavors of cherry, soft citrus, rose oil and buttered toast, if there’s one word Moncharm could describe this bright pink wine, it’s exuberant. One of the finest and most evocative wines from the Dom Perignon house, the Rose 2002 label is exceptional.
One of the finest and most well-known brands of champagne in the world, Dom Perignon is the flagship champagne of the Moët & Chandon house. Named after a Benedictine monk, who pioneered a few champagne making processes, the brand traces its origins to 1670, when the champagne’s namesake took the initiative to create the finest champagne. The first vintage was sold in 1936, after the naming rights were bought in 1930 by Moët & Chandon.
The Champagne region is best known for its sparkling white wine namesake, a beautifully complex drink with fresh and fruity characteristics. Characterized by chalk subsoil and cool temperatures which give the wine its distinct flavor and acidity, the most grown grapes here include Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier.