Dom Pérignon

Brut Champagne Blend

9.31020 ratings
9.3188 pro ratings
Champagne, France
Champagne Blend
Squash & Root Vegetables, Meaty & Oily Fish, Shellfish, Crab & Lobster, Cake & Cream, Soft Cheese, Hard Cheese, Salads & Greens, Salami & Prosciutto, Pork, Fish, Chicken, Duck, Onion, Shallot, Garlic, Nuts & Seeds, Fruit & Berries, Beans & Peas, Exotic Spices, Turkey, Pungent Cheese, Shellfish, Oyster
Top Notes For
Mike Saviage

Great juice. Unfortunately no notes but this was young and vibrant, with a creamy mousse.

Great juice. Unfortunately no notes but this was young and vibrant, with a creamy mousse.

Oct 5th, 2020
Mike Saviage

Light straw gold. Attention grabbing nose. Notes of bright citrus fruits, wet stones, some coriander and a little bread yeast. Nice energy and sneaky power in the mouth. Still young and can gain more complexity with more age.

Light straw gold. Attention grabbing nose. Notes of bright citrus fruits, wet stones, some coriander and a little bread yeast. Nice energy and sneaky power in the mouth. Still young and can gain more complexity with more age.

Sep 9th, 2020
Dr. Owen Bargreen

The 2004 Dom Perignon Champagne is sinfully good at fifteen years of age. Showing off its downright sexy golden hue, the wine evolves quickly once in the glass displaying a dazzling array of aromatics, from orchard fruits to peat moss and toasty brioche as well as shades of salted Marcona almond that all nicely meld together. The palate yields a wonderful combination of richness and tension. There is a lovely ripe, almost unctuous texture to this aged Champagne. Flavors of salted macadamia nut, ripe pear, kumquat zest and shades of Shiitake mushroom with lighter biscuit undertones all combine brilliantly. This is a satisfying, downright hedonistic champagne that will be extremely long-lived. Drink 2019-2040- 97

The 2004 Dom Perignon Champagne is sinfully good at fifteen years of age. Showing off its downright sexy golden hue, the wine evolves quickly once in the glass displaying a dazzling array of aromatics, from orchard fruits to peat moss and toasty brioche as well as shades of salted Marcona almond that all nicely meld together. The palate yields a wonderful combination of richness and tension. There is a lovely ripe, almost unctuous texture to this aged Champagne. Flavors of salted macadamia nut, ripe pear, kumquat zest and shades of Shiitake mushroom with lighter biscuit undertones all combine brilliantly. This is a satisfying, downright hedonistic champagne that will be extremely long-lived. Drink 2019-2040- 97

Jul 19th, 2019
Rob Brobst III

Last bottle!

Last bottle!

Jul 29th, 2018
Cody Short

Bottle #2

Bottle #2

Apr 15th, 2018
Cody Short

Very underrated vintage for Dom.

Very underrated vintage for Dom.

Apr 15th, 2018
Carl Fischer

Very elegant, more mineral-driven and nutty than the other champagnes of the evening. Almond, pear, brioche, dried apricot. Creamy texture with great acidity and a long finish.

Very elegant, more mineral-driven and nutty than the other champagnes of the evening. Almond, pear, brioche, dried apricot. Creamy texture with great acidity and a long finish.

Jan 1st, 2018
Andrew S

Deep and lush with a multitude of flavors that seemed to pick up steam as the evening progressed. This has it all from apple/citrus to hints of red fruits, spices, minerals and a touch of earth. Well balanced.

Deep and lush with a multitude of flavors that seemed to pick up steam as the evening progressed. This has it all from apple/citrus to hints of red fruits, spices, minerals and a touch of earth. Well balanced.

Jan 1st, 2018
Lee Pitofsky

Crisp, energetic and long...notes of citrus fruits, almond and pear

Crisp, energetic and long...notes of citrus fruits, almond and pear

Dec 27th, 2017
Marie Keep

Director of Fine Wines Skinner

9.0

Iced down and too cool upon popping the cork. A briney, smoky, creamy citrus florality weighted lightly with airport tarmac - rubber and diesel. Compellingly faceted - a perfect bubbly for this October beach dinner.

Iced down and too cool upon popping the cork. A briney, smoky, creamy citrus florality weighted lightly with airport tarmac - rubber and diesel. Compellingly faceted - a perfect bubbly for this October beach dinner.

Oct 15th, 2017