Dom Perignon Rose 2000

I love vintage.

I really love vintage when it comes in the form of zexy pink bubbles in a glass.

Last night I attended a soiree to introduce a group of Chicagoans to Dom Rose 2000 at Studio Paris.

The room had been transformed and had a very sexy boudoir feeling, and the small guest list gave the event an intimate feel. It really felt like all the “old kids” were out last night (myself included)- aka the crowd that used to go out all the time but now prefers to be in bed by 9:30pm. I love this crowd of people whom I never get to spend enough time with…everyone is intelligent, witty, fashionable and creative.

We sipped some *regular* Dom while we waited for the big cabaret performance to begin. Yes, to pour glasses of pink champagne wouldn’t do for Dom- they brought out zexy ladies in sequined costumes for a little dance number and THEN presented us with the champagne.

Dance!

To be honest- it didn’t taste any different to me than Cook’s champagne. SIKE! It was amazing. It tasted like money, class and something Diddy would sip on.

I googled to find out more info and I saw that a bottle goes for about 400 bucks- which means I probably won’t be drinking this again anytime soon.

I also learned that:

Dom Pérignon Rosé Vintage 2000 has matured in the cellars of Epernay for eight years, allowing it to express this full richness and depth. Its rareness and bold character make it a stunning wine.

Yep- it tasted like champagne flavored money… in a good way.

Cheers!

* regular actually was some SIICK vintage of champagne

 

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