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Tête de Cuvée
Named after a 17th century monk, Dom Pierre Pérignon, this prestigious Champagne house sits on the same grounds as the former monastery.
The 2004 Rosé Vintage is a full-bodied bubbly with intense aromas of red currant and wild strawberry balanced by warm notes of blood orange and cocoa. These flavors continue on the palate, revealing a smooth mouthfeel with a lingering citrus finish.