Dom Pérignon

Brut Champagne Blend

9.472 ratings
9.410 pro ratings
Champagne, France
Champagne Blend
Top Notes For
Bob McDonald

At the Dom Perignon dinner last Friday night. The first of the Doms - 54% Chardonnay, 46% Pinot Noir, Dosage 5G/l. Quite full bodied and delicious with great concentration and intensity on nose and palate with Lemon and a touch of Cumquat. Still with the requisite tension to keep things exciting.

At the Dom Perignon dinner last Friday night. The first of the Doms - 54% Chardonnay, 46% Pinot Noir, Dosage 5G/l. Quite full bodied and delicious with great concentration and intensity on nose and palate with Lemon and a touch of Cumquat. Still with the requisite tension to keep things exciting.

Nov 22nd, 2021
Jonathan Wall

Happy 2021! Taste like optimism!

Happy 2021! Taste like optimism!

Jan 1st, 2021
Conrad Green

Quite plush and rounded. Almost exotic. Lacks a little of the thrust of more structured vintage. Unusual

Quite plush and rounded. Almost exotic. Lacks a little of the thrust of more structured vintage. Unusual

1 person found it helpfulMay 23rd, 2021
Dr. Owen Bargreen

2010 Dom Pérignon Champagne- The 2010 Dom Pérignon Champagne is a stunning new wine that is one of the stars of this vintage. It is hard to believe how long this has been released past their 2009 vintage and after trying this wine, the patience definitely paid off. Needing an hour in the decanter to fulfil it’s full potential, the wine slowly unveils scents of almondine, toasty brioche and cantaloupe alongside Meyer lemon zest all take shape on the nose. The palate shows a soft mouthfeel and silky mousse, yet remains very tightly wound. Ripe green apple and kumquat zest tones combine with minerals, sourdough bread and smoky undertones, with a light dusting of salinity. This is fabulous to enjoy now, as the 2010 Dom Perignon Champagne has some really good aging potential as well. Drink 2020-2038-95

2010 Dom Pérignon Champagne- The 2010 Dom Pérignon Champagne is a stunning new wine that is one of the stars of this vintage. It is hard to believe how long this has been released past their 2009 vintage and after trying this wine, the patience definitely paid off. Needing an hour in the decanter to fulfil it’s full potential, the wine slowly unveils scents of almondine, toasty brioche and cantaloupe alongside Meyer lemon zest all take shape on the nose. The palate shows a soft mouthfeel and silky mousse, yet remains very tightly wound. Ripe green apple and kumquat zest tones combine with minerals, sourdough bread and smoky undertones, with a light dusting of salinity. This is fabulous to enjoy now, as the 2010 Dom Perignon Champagne has some really good aging potential as well. Drink 2020-2038-95

1 person found it helpfulDec 1st, 2020
Anthony Loew

Drank this to celebrate Donald trump getting absolutely crushed- so frankly it could have tasted like grape soda and I would have ranked it a 10

Drank this to celebrate Donald trump getting absolutely crushed- so frankly it could have tasted like grape soda and I would have ranked it a 10

1 person found it helpfulNov 9th, 2020
Ben Christen

Delicious. EPCOT drink.

Delicious. EPCOT drink.

Nov 29th, 2021
Rob N
9.5

Always a treat. $199.

Always a treat. $199.

Nov 27th, 2021
Ken Kasner

Had on retirement day, Oct 29, 2021. Yay.

Had on retirement day, Oct 29, 2021. Yay.

Oct 30th, 2021
Carter Pelham

Underripe apple, lemon curd, brioche, slight salinity. Brisk and a long finish but I really prefer the 08

Underripe apple, lemon curd, brioche, slight salinity. Brisk and a long finish but I really prefer the 08

Sep 5th, 2021
Jocelyn Yard

160

Aug 1st, 2021