1995 Moet Chandon Dom Perignon Rose
Champagne Blend - 1.5L

  • WA 95
  • AG 94
  • IWC 93
  • WS 92

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WA 95
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, December 2005
The Dom Perignon Rose often does not perform well until around ten years of age and the 1995 is revealing a bold medium pink salmon color followed by broad berry notes intermixed with a smoky/earthy character. Rich... The Dom Perignon Rose often does not perform well until around ten years of age and the 1995 is revealing a bold medium pink salmon color followed by broad berry notes intermixed with a smoky/earthy character. Rich full-bodied backward and tannic it should hit its peak in 2-3 years and last for a decade thereafter. Readers should remember that the 1971 Dom Perignon Rose is still drinking exquisitely. I recently had the 1969 and 1970 Dom Perignons (from magnum) and both were drinking brilliantly. It makes one realize just how long-lived these wines can be. Production is confidential but there must be hundreds of thousands of cases of Dom Perignon since it available in most of the world’s luxury hotels and restaurants.
AG 94
Antonio Galloni - Antonio Galloni's Vinous, May 2015
The 1995 Dom Pérignon Rosé (magnum) is absolutely stellar. Of course, the magnum format helps, especially vis-à-vis the 1996. The 1995 might fall just short of being truly epic, but not by far. Today, it is the wine’s... The 1995 Dom Pérignon Rosé (magnum) is absolutely stellar. Of course, the magnum format helps, especially vis-à-vis the 1996. The 1995 might fall just short of being truly epic, but not by far. Today, it is the wine’s overall balance and harmony that are most captivating. A Champagne with no hard edges and tons of pure appeal, the 1995 Rosé is wonderfully open, soft and expressive today. Drinking window: 2015-2025.
IWC 93
Stephen Tanzer's IWC - Stephen Tanzer's IWC, January 2004
($350) Pale watermelon-orange color. Nose dominated by red berry notes of strawberry and raspberry with hints of earth and minerals; seemed to go into a shell in the glass. Penetrating-verging-on-painful if not yet as... ($350) Pale watermelon-orange color. Nose dominated by red berry notes of strawberry and raspberry with hints of earth and minerals; seemed to go into a shell in the glass. Penetrating-verging-on-painful if not yet as complex as some past vintages of this wine with delicate red berry flavors framed and intensified by the brisk acids of the vintage. Utterly primary precise rose with a very long stony finish. This extremely unevolved wine has the acid spine and intensity to gain steadily in complexity over the next 10 to 20 years. Schieffelin Somerset New York NY) 93+ points
WS 92
Wine Spectator - Wine Spectator, November 2005
Full-bodied and rich this finely textured '95 reveals dried citrus berry and tobacco notes on a muscular frame. It's well-balanced yet needs some time to mellow. Ideal with light meat or poultry dishes or lobster. Drink... Full-bodied and rich this finely textured '95 reveals dried citrus berry and tobacco notes on a muscular frame. It's well-balanced yet needs some time to mellow. Ideal with light meat or poultry dishes or lobster. Drink now through 2012. (BS)
Color & Type Sparkling
Varietal Champagne Blend
Country France
Region Champagne
Vintage 1995

Winery

Moet Chandon

Since 1743 when it was founded, Moet & Chandon has been passing down unequaled winemaking savoir-faire and an innovative and pioneering spirit from generation to generation. Founder Claude Moet was the first to embody these values when he made his Champagne the most sought-after in Europe. With his grandson, Jean Remy Moët, a pioneering and visionary mind, Moet & Chandon became a major international champagne brand. This saga quickly transformed the family House into a worldwide symbol of success.

The 1,190 hectares of rich limestone soil, 50% of which is classed as Grand Cru and 25% Premier Cru, make up the largest vineyard area in Champagne. Underground, the Moet & Chandon cellars are the most extensive in the region. Extending more than 28 kilometers, they form a subterranean labyrinth where the wine metamorphoses under optimum conditions of humidity and temperature.

Moet & Chandon is part of the luxury brands group LVMH, whose other prestigious wine holdings include Chateau d’Yquem, Cheval Blanc, Cloudy Bay, Krug, and Newton Vineyard, to name a few.