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308 Ratings
Dom Pérignon Brut Champagne

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Wine Description

Taut across the palate as well, with a very delicate mousse and saline, mineral finish and some stone-fruit fleshiness.

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    classy marginally better than 2000. will develop. 03/11 jade palace. developed a bit more. v nice drunk after a burgundy white and red and came in well. delicious and will develop even more. 12/11 standing up well against top blanc de blancs. plays a good supporting role against the Krug 96. will certainly develop. 12/11 another good showing at Xmas dinner. rothschild not too far behind 02/12 rubato. lovely and seductive with grilled scallops and squid.

    over 7 years
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    sorry but it smells like champagne!!! but taste wow really smooth, hints of ginger and my friend say hints of sour lychees

    almost 7 years
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    almost 6 years
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    from Garry & Bee

    over 5 years
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    over 7 years
Expert Reviews
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  • Antonio Galloni, Vinous
    (2009 Vintage) The 2009 Dom Pérignon is a gorgeous, totally seductive Champagne that will drink well right out of the gate. Medium in body and unusually open-knit at this stage, the 2009 is one of the most accessible young Dom Pérignons I can remember tasting. It is an excellent choice to drink while waiting for the release of the stellar 2008 and some recent vintages that remain very young, including the 2006. Despite the warm, ripe personality of the 2009 Dom Pérignon is quite gracious, but there is plenty of depth underpinning the fruit. With each successive tasting, the 2009 seems to have gained more power and breadth, especially on the finish. Above all else, the 2009 is decidedly restrained for a warm, radiant vintage. It is not as overtly flamboyant as the 2002 nor as phenolically intense as years like 2003 and 2006. Instead, the 2009 is a beautifully balanced Champagne, with all of its elements in the right place.
  • James Suckling
    (2009 Vintage) This is a DP that shows the ripeness of the 2009 vintage yet remains full of energy. Gorgeous aromas of cream, apple, mango, honeysuckle, and chalk follow through to a full body and super fine, tight texture. Dense and agile. Vinous. It’s like a top grand cru white Burgundy. Think Batard-Montrachet. More depth than the 2006.
  • Wine Spectator
    (2006 Vintage) A graceful, minerally version, featuring rich notes of smoke, mandarin orange peel and chalk that lead to subtle accents of creme de cassis, toasted almond, espresso and star anise on the fine, creamy mousse. Seamlessly knit, with citrusy acidity leaving a mouthwatering impression on the finish. Drink now through 2031. From France.-A.N.
  • Wine Enthusiast
    (1998 Vintage)
  • International Wine Cellar
    (1993 Vintage) Rating: 91/100 - As reviewed by International Wine Cellar in Issue 99, November/December 2001. ($120) Understated, pure aromas of musky stone, orange, smoke and truffle. Full, ripe and harmonious; not a huge or superconcentrated wine but quite subtle and fine, with brisk, juicy flavors of orange and minerals. Lingering, ripe finish.