Yoshioka’s contemporary take on Dom Perignon's 2009 rose displays an equivalent bling factor to its sibling. Tastes mighty fine, too.
95/100 | vinous.com / Antonio Galloni: "The 2005 Dom Perignon Rose is intriguing, complex and multi-faceted. Brisk and refreshing, with a slightly herbal (but not unpleasant character), the 2005 is superb today. Over time, the wine has acquired a bit more depth and body than it showed at the outset. Even with all of its depth, though, I would not suggest cellaring the 2005 too long given the challenges of the year. Hints of blood orange, mint, sage and dried flowers add the closing shades of nuance."