Dom Pérignon

Brut Champagne Blend

9.4135 ratings
9.430 pro ratings
Champagne, France
Champagne Blend
Top Notes For
Conrad Green

Pale gold. Soft, supple and open knit on the nose and palate. Soft lemon, white flowers, honeyed notes and a subtle salinity. This is beautiful. At the start of maturity but very balanced with detailed and integrated acidity. There’s a lot to live about this. Seamless.

Pale gold. Soft, supple and open knit on the nose and palate. Soft lemon, white flowers, honeyed notes and a subtle salinity. This is beautiful. At the start of maturity but very balanced with detailed and integrated acidity. There’s a lot to live about this. Seamless.

Jul 26th, 2019
Dr. Owen Bargreen

I absolutely adore the 1998 Dom Pérignon at this stage in development, as this was a marvelous surprise to see how balanced and seductive this wine is now. Showing a slightly lower viscosity than the ’96, the 1998 Dom Pérignon greets you with a wonderfully nutty and musty bouquet, followed by great tension and linear progression on the mid-palate. The wonderful sense of freshness complements the nutty, wild mushroom, peat moss and orchard fruit flavors. This has a wonderful saline streak that runs through the exceedingly long finish. While marvelous now, this has at least fifteen years left. Drink 2019-2035- 97

I absolutely adore the 1998 Dom Pérignon at this stage in development, as this was a marvelous surprise to see how balanced and seductive this wine is now. Showing a slightly lower viscosity than the ’96, the 1998 Dom Pérignon greets you with a wonderfully nutty and musty bouquet, followed by great tension and linear progression on the mid-palate. The wonderful sense of freshness complements the nutty, wild mushroom, peat moss and orchard fruit flavors. This has a wonderful saline streak that runs through the exceedingly long finish. While marvelous now, this has at least fifteen years left. Drink 2019-2035- 97

May 21st, 2019
Rick Baumgarten

Terrific vintage. Not the P2 which followed, but the Oenotheque, Chef de cave. Brioche with mineral and smoke.

Terrific vintage. Not the P2 which followed, but the Oenotheque, Chef de cave. Brioche with mineral and smoke.

Jul 7th, 2017
EatSommThings (Jimmy)

Rich and round with toasty notes and has bottle development

Rich and round with toasty notes and has bottle development

Feb 7th, 2016
MICHAEL COOPER

Owner TomeVinos wine shops, WSET Level 3, Blogger www.spanishwinesandmore.com, blog.tomevinos.com

9.4

1998 #domperignon obvious age since bottling. Medium gold color. Intense nose of coffee and cream. On the palate it's amazing with a slight resemblance to an #amontillado from #sherry It's smooth and round.

1998 #domperignon obvious age since bottling. Medium gold color. Intense nose of coffee and cream. On the palate it's amazing with a slight resemblance to an #amontillado from #sherry It's smooth and round.

Dec 26th, 2015
Sybaritewino C.Lawrence

Good but no orgasm inducer.

Good but no orgasm inducer.

Dec 10th, 2015
Andrew Marshall

P2

Jul 16th, 2015
Bridget Cheslock

A wonder in the glass; green apple, pear, brioche, custard and salted butter #bastilleday

A wonder in the glass; green apple, pear, brioche, custard and salted butter #bastilleday

Jul 16th, 2015
Julieluvswine

Heavy yeasty autolytic notes on nose & palate. Developed stone fruit, approachable acidity. As it sat in glass & warmed a touch of cork came through on the nose. Must drink faster :)

Heavy yeasty autolytic notes on nose & palate. Developed stone fruit, approachable acidity. As it sat in glass & warmed a touch of cork came through on the nose. Must drink faster :)

Jan 22nd, 2015
Adam Jesberger

Whoa, true oxidative goodness here. Brioche, toast, slight lanolin and some awesome oxidized green apple presentation. Lemon curd and lime rind, dust and library notes. Great bottle!

Whoa, true oxidative goodness here. Brioche, toast, slight lanolin and some awesome oxidized green apple presentation. Lemon curd and lime rind, dust and library notes. Great bottle!

Dec 17th, 2014