Dom Pérignon

Dom Pérignon Rosé Vintage 2006


Dom Pérignon Rosé Vintage 2006

For quite a few years, prestigious brand Dom Pérignon has been running a project that lets artists take their creative turn at two of the house’s cuvées - only when it comes to their looks, of course. After greats such as David Lynch, Iris van Herpen and Bjork, a German artist was consulted for the design of two Dom Pérignon vintages: Michael Riedel. The concept artist is known for his “Appropriation Art”, for which he combines and composes several different graphical fragments in different ways. His work was featured at the Tate Modern in London among others.

One of the two cuvées he created a new design for is the Dom Pérignon Rosé Vintage 2004 (53% Pinot Noir, 47% Chardonnay). It is a full-bodied cuvée which owes its harmonic character to a year free from climatic extremes. Notes of wild strawberries, redcurrants, cocoa, blood oranges and dried hay flash through its bouquet. Its palate is dominated by aromas of citrus fruits.


Dom Pérignon
Type Of Champagne


Grape Chardonnay, Pinot Noir
Dosage Brut
Flavour berries, citrus fruit, cocoa, fruit
Type Of Taste Sec
Barcode 3185370572740
ABV 12.5% Vol.
Weight 1.60 kg
Country Of Origin France
Manufacturer Dom Pérignon, 51200 Epernay, France
Additional info contains sulfites