Wine.comThe Dom Perignon Vintage 1998 has a special way of holding its final note on and on. It's as if it doesn't want to let go. It's surprising, unique and magnicent. Richard Geoffroy, Chef de Cave Color:Pale yellow with golden highlights. On the nose: The initial notes of fresh almond and grapefruit gradually lead into cashew nut and spices complemented by lightly toasted brioche. On the palate:Satiny texture unfurls on the palate, embracing and caressing it. Momentary weightlessness with a vibrating...
Vintage ChartRating for France-Champagne: 86 (slightly worse than average year)<br/><br/>Drinkability: quite possibly over the hill<br/>