Dom Perignon champagne is only made from wines of the best vintages, and Rosé can be said to be the ultimate luxury. Dom Perignon Rosé is not a rule, it is an exception and is always prepared in limited quantities, since the grapes must be of maximum high quality. Despite 9-11 years of maturation, champagne is light and lively. The floralness initially felt in the fragrance goes over the scent of orange peel and dried fruit. The taste is extremely elegant and complex. A drastic selection of grapes guarantees a limited quantity and exceptionally good quality of wine and an unprecedented aromatic maturity. Fruit picking began at 14. on Sept.