Because each year unveils a fruit,
a risk, a vision.
The rosé expresses a contrast between Chardonnay
and Pinot Noir, between exuberance and restraint.
Now, after a long period of
dynamic ageing, Dom Pérignon
reveals its full character.
TWO THOUSAND AND SIX
A year of contrasts, 2006 fell within
a radiant decade.
A sweltering July.
A cool and humid August.
A summer-like September that gave
the vintage a majestic ripeness.
Captivating, generous, rebellious: this vintage
draws us in with a magnetic power
after thirteen years of ageing in the cellars.
An enticing wave of spices and cacao.
A generous fruit, yet never over-indulgent.
Aromas of candied orange with
baked apricot and fig.
A hint of smoky accents.
A full, radiant wine.
Its intensity sings.
A lush vintage that is both soft and crisp.
The bouquet is captivating,
ripe and deep,
ending on a surprise iodized note.
Accentuate the power and structure of
with the simple authenticity
southern European cuisine.
Reveal its richness and complexity
with succulent, fruity cured meats
like San Daniele or a spiced bresaola.
Pair this exuberant vintage
with a bold risotto,
made with 'nduja and stracciatella.