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Dom Pérignon: 2002-2006

France: Champagne, featured, Verticals & Retrospectives

Antonio Galloni, Oct 2015

A soft-spoken man of few words, Dom Pérignon’s longtime Chef de Caves Richard Geoffroy is one of the most innovative figures in Champagne. For years, Geoffroy has quietly pushed the envelope at Dom Pérignon with a series of thought-provoking, bold wines that have redefined what a Champagne grande marque is and can be.

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Champagne: The Summer Preview

France: Champagne, featured

Antonio Galloni, Jul 2015

Continuing a tradition at Vinous, our Summer Preview features new releases coming into the market along with a handful of older Champagnes that have been particularly impressive of late.

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Roederer Cristal Rosé: A Journey Through Time 1976-2007

France: Champagne, featured, Verticals & Retrospectives

Antonio Galloni, May 2015

This recent vertical of Cristal Rosé was remarkable for so many reasons. The wines were absolutely brilliant throughout. Two vintages, the 1995 and 1996, mark the first official releases from Roederer’s new Late-Disgorged program. Above all else, though, I was deeply impressed with the singular personality of Cristal Rosé, something that came through loud and clear in every bottle.

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Dom Pérignon: A Rosé Retrospective: 1962-2004

France: Champagne, featured, Verticals & Retrospectives

Antonio Galloni, May 2015

Several years in the making, this historic retrospective of Dom Pérignon’s Rosé was well worth the wait. When all was said and done, a small group of twelve of us surveyed twenty seven vintages of the Rosé all the way back to the 1962, the inaugural commercial release.