€ 270,00 exc. sales tax
€ 326,70 inc. sales tax
Removed from a temperature and humidity controlled professional wine cellar.
Purchased from the Champagne estate, first owner.
Bottle will be delivered with his original Giftbox!
eRobertParker.com © : 94/100
Medium salmon-amber colour. Delicate nose of fresh crushed raspberries, white pepper and chompoo / rose apple. The palate is well structured with a nice backbone of crisp acidity providing freshness to the silken texture and judicious amount of toast. Very long finish with lingering hints of fresh ginger. Drink now to 2018. Tasted October 2008. In Asia March 2009 - Lisa Perrotti-Brown
International Wine-Cellar © : 93/100
Owner: Group LMVH
Grape Variety: 42% Pinot Noir, 58% Chardonnay
About Dom Pérignon...
Dom Pérignon that was already much appreciated by the British at the end of the twelfth century, did not become a success story until the reign of Louis XV. 'The' Dom Pérignon, the prestige cuvée of Moët & Chandon, is probably the world’s most famous Champagne! Ever since it was commercialised in 1936 (only 300 bottles of vintage 1921 were produced), Dom Pérignon was an instant hit worldwide! The rosé version was marketed for the first time in 1970 (vintage 1962). This top-class cuvée, which is sold in a bottle of a specific shape that is based on the shape of bottles during the eighteenth century, is only being produced in the best wine years. The number of bottles that is placed on the market by Dom Pérignon, has always remained a well-kept secret, and this secrecy is being maintained by the present owner, LMVH. This complex wine with superb aromas of dried fruits and toasted bread is notable for its pleasant aftertaste. It has an excellent aging potential which makes it much appreciated by many a wine lover.