Moet & Chandon Dom Perignon : 6 results priced between £10.00 and £300.00
Moet & Chandon Dom Perignon
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Moet & Chandon, DomPerignon, 2003
An effervescent wine of a golden hue with glints of silver and green and very delicate, numerous and vivacious bubbles that form an unbroken ring in the glass. The wine is bright, limpid and displays good concentration. The nose has fine intensity with classic background aromas of puree of apples, poached pears, vanilla, hazelnuts, melba toast and yellow-plum jam as well as superb hints of quince and chalk. On the palate the attack is incisive and combines acidic freshness with the finesse of the...
This reverent old classic is still produced from vineyards owned by the Abbey of Hautvillers, home to the legendary figure of Dom Pérignon. For those wishing to mark an occasion, sometimes only Dom will do!
The brilliant 1996 DomPerignon, which has largely disappeared from the marketplace, may be the finest young example of DP I have ever tasted. Notes of crushed rocks, honeysuckle, lemon oil, orange marmalade, and white pear provide a stunning aromatic display as well as palate impression. Great acidity and huge flavor intensity backed up by vibrant acidity make this an exquisite Champagne. It should drink well for 20-25 years, possibly longer. Readers should remember that the 1971 DomPerignon Rose...
Buy & Send DomPerignon Brut, 2004, 75cl Gift Online
Send a single bottle of DomPerignon, Vintage 2004, Champagne (75cl) Presented in a stylish Blue Gift Box with matching Gift Card for your personal message -This Champagne, named after the legendary Bendictine monk, is the flagship wine from Moet et Chandon. Please note stock does not always come in a DomPerignon Branded box so please check with sales at time of ordering if you require this specifically.
Moet began business in 1750 with Madame de Pompadour, who supplied the Royal Court at Compiegne with Moet's champagne. Also in 1750, Moet began establishing business in Germany, Spain, Eastern Europe, and colonial British America. In 1792, on Claude Moet's death, grandson Jean-Remy Moet assumed control of Moet et Cie, and expanded the business buying the vineyards of the Abbey of Hautvillers, where Benedictine monk DomPerignon perfected double-fermentation for creating champagne. Moet et Chandon...