** This wine is too rare to be tasted for ratings **
The 1985 Oenotheque Brut received a 97 point score from Vinous, and typically Rose Champagnes score higher in matching vintages.
Stored in a cooled climate controlled cellar since purchase.
Although the wine is from 1985, it was only bottled in February, 2006.
So the fill level is perfect, as well as capsule and cork.
Magnums of Œnothèque Rosé are INSANELY rare. There is only 1 other one of these for sale in the entire world right now, and it’s located in Hong Kong.
“The Œnothèque label indicates that a Dom Pérignon vintage has reached either its second peak in maturity, with optimized intensity (15 to 20 years after harvest), or its third peak, with optimized complexity (after 30 years on the lees). It is only the cellar master who can determine when the wine has reached that optimal stage in its evolution, and only then will it be released as an Œnothèque.
“To guarantee its excellence, each and every Œnothèque bottle is tasted at disgorging by a Dom Pérignon winemaker” – From the Dom Pérignon website.