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Dom Pérignon Vintage 2009

Dom Pérignon Vintage

2009
Champagne (France)

Dom Pérignon is not just the most prestigious champagne in the world, but also an icon of luxury and...

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£ 138.74

/ btl 0.75 L

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Details for Dom Pérignon Vintage 2009

Producer

Alcohol content

12.5%

Bottle size and vintage

0.75 L - 2009

Review

Dom Pérignon is not just the most prestigious champagne in the world, but also an icon of luxury and elegance, a legend which has delighted faithful devotees throughout its long history. Although it was not released for sale until 1936, it was created in 1921 by Moët & Chandon. Its name is a homage to the Benedictine monk, Dom Pierre Pérignon, from the Hautvillers Abbey who is said to have designed the first champagne-making methods in the 17th century by using a second fermentation in the bottle.

Dom Pérignon is a vintage champagne produced with the best grapes from a single year and only when the harvest is an excellent one. It is aged for a long time and is only released onto the market between eight and ten years after the harvest.

The finished result is a champagne blending the depth of Pinot Noir and the harmony of Chardonnay in a miraculous equilibrium. A light golden yellow colour with fine and abundant bubbles, the first aromas in the nose are of fresh almonds and grapefruit, followed by hints of white flowers, stone fruit, mint, and spices such as anise. Finally, notes of spices, wood, and toast come to the front. On the palate its sharp profile prevails over its warmth, to provide a surprisingly integrated acidity and a stunning aromatic and smoky persistence.

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  • Climate:Continental
  • Yields:Low yields
  • Ageing period:96 months
  • ViewYellow / Pale / Golden glints
  • Bouquet:Toasty notes / Elegant / Tropical fruit / Fruit aromas / Dried fruit and nuts / Aromatic
  • Mouth:Structured / Smooth / Silky / Fresh / Velvety / Pleasant finish / Croccante
  • Optimum serving temperature:Between 10ºC and 12ºC

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by: Francisco Hernandez Carbo (04/11/2019) - Vintage 2008

Asi es, me encanta

Un gran champán, mítico, por su sabor, su calidad contrastada, y su historia. Es de aquellos que hay que probar por lo menos una vez en la vida, aunque si se puede más veces, mucho mejor Es fabuloso!

by: David (23/02/2019) - Vintage 2008

El mejor vintage de los últimos anos

Se venderá rápidamente al ser lo mejor de los últimos años. Se gustará muchos años. Gran clásico para tu coleccion

by: marco (02/05/2017) - Vintage 2006

Dom P...erfect!

A great vintage for this classic! Very clear and precise mouth feel, the usual powerhouse on the palate and a great flavour cocktail of apple, apricot, pineapple and some discrete pencil shavings and chalky mineral touches. Enjoy it slowly: it grows with every sip!

by: Cliente Vinissimus (30/01/2018) - Vintage 2006

Una añada memorable.

Después de la fascinante cosecha 2004, con muchísimo recorrido aún, quizás sea esta, la 2006, la que se pueda equiparar a la mítica 2004. Espectacular a la vista, con burbuja delicada finísima (casi microscópica) e incesante. Pletórico en nariz, de enorme intensidad e infinita complejidad, y sorprendente en boca, por su extraordinario nivel de frescura, perfectamente enlazado con la potencia y la elegancia de las grandes añadas. ¡Bravo!

by: Rafa (28/02/2017) - Vintage 2006

El más conocido

A pesar del tópico de su nombre, es un Champagne de altísimo nivel que vale la pena probar en todas sus añadas.

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