Champagne Rosé is the second edition of the rosés produced by Dom Pérignon. It is made using 100% Chardonnay grapes grown in the vineyards of the Côte des Blancs region in France. This sparkling wine has been aged in oak barrels for 12 months before bottling.
The new Champagne Rosé is available in two versions: Brut Nature and Brut Reserve. Both are bottled at 10.5% alcohol.
The bottle design is inspired by the original Champagne bottles designed by Louis Roederer in 1875. The label is printed on paper and foil.
The Champagne Rosé Brut Nature is presented in a classic Champagne style bottle. The bottle is decorated with a gold crown and a red ribbon. The Champagne Rosé Brut Reserve is presented in a special bottle with a black crown and a silver ribbon.
The Champagne is sold in 750 ml bottles.