2009 Dom Pérignon Vintage

Dom Pérignon (Champagne)

RP93+WS96RVF16.5B+D18.5

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Dom Pérignon only exists in vintage version and for this, only the best grapes are selected. The best. If the year's harvest isn't perfect, then no Dom Pérignon is produced, and this has been the case since 2006, the last vintage available in the market before this one.

Each vintage is therefore different and as a result, every Dom Pérignon is a new discovery reflecting the uniqueness of that year in particular. Each season is interpreted so that the final result achieves a reworked champagne, one that manages to make the most of the Maison: the fullness of harmony.

In the case of Dom Pérignon Vintage 2009, this is a year in which maturity reaches its peak. This vintage closes what Moët & Chandon define as a prodigious decade, where the sun offered up intense and generous harvests. The synergy of nature along with supreme knowledge of the methods and the creative ambition of the Chef de Caves allow us to obtain more ripe, tasty grapes at their best, which "are a promise of energy and freshness in the future wine".

So, in short, this is a great vintage born of the experience of the winery master and the quality of the grapes of the 7 big crus of champagne. Elegant, creamy, majestic: in it, all possible sensations converge and persist.

And for that to have been possible, Richard Geoffroy himself, Chef de Cave de Moët & Chandon, stressed: "We have harnessedthe experience of all the previous vintages to dare to produce the 2009. "

Technical sheet · Dom Pérignon Vintage

Type Of Wine: sparkling wine
Vintage: 2009 Other vintages
Appellation:Champagne (Champagne,France)
Winery: Dom Pérignon
Volume: 75cl Other volumes
Score: RP93+WS96RVF16.5B+D18.5
Grapes: Chardonnay, Pinot Nero, Pinot Noir
Pairing: AppetizersMeatFishSeafoodPâté or foie grasWhite meatBluefishWhitefishFoie
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Alcohol Vol.: 12.5%
Consumption Temp.: 10-12ºC
Type Of Sparkling: Brut
Aging: Gran Reserva
W&S Magazine Score: 96
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Description · Dom Pérignon

2009 Dom Pérignon Vintage (Chardonnay, Pinot Nero and Pinot Noir)

TASTING NOTES OF 2009 Dom Pérignon Vintage:

  • View: Golden yellow.
  • Nose: nose, notes of fruit (guava, white peach) and citrus (green grapefruit, nectarine), and a spicy touch.
  • Mouth: fleshy fruit notes, rich aroma. controlled power, a persistent, silky, salt, bitter and iodinated end.

APPELLATION: Champagne.

GRAPES: Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.

PAIRING: appetizer, fish, seafood, poultry and cheeses.

TEMPERATURE: 9 °C

ALCOHOL CONTENT: 12.5%

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Andrea Sanders

Posted on at 08.55

4 /5

Dom Pérignon Vintage 2009

TASTING NOTES OF 2009 Moët & Chandon Dom Perignon:
- View: pale yellow, golden reflections.
- Nose: notes of guava, green grapefruit rind, stone fruits: white peach and nectarine, vanilla and a woody lightly toasted brioche warm.
- Mouth: notes of licorice and dried skin of the fruit (pear and mango), more textured than ripe. smooth finish.

APPELLATION: Champagne.

GRAPES: Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.

PAIRING: seafood and oysters.
TEMPERATURE: 6-8 °C
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 12%
Lauren Scott

Posted on at 10.14

4 /5

Dom Perignon Vintage 2009

TASTING NOTES OF 2009 Moët & Chandon Cuvée Dom Perignon Moet et Chandon:
- View: bright straw yellow, golden reflections.
- Nose: candied fruit, dry hay, toasted notes, along with flashes of licorice.
- Mouth: full-bodied, very fine, tight, dense texture and agile.

APPELLATION: Champagne.

GRAPES: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir.

AGEING: A minimum of eight years of aging in the cellar.

PAIRING: seafood, white meat, snacks, canapés, cured cheese, foie gras, appetizers, rice, salads.
TEMPERATURE: 9 °C
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 13%
Joel Adams

Posted on at 20.04

4 /5

Moêt et Chandon Dom Pérignon Brut 2009

Fantastic colour. Light aromas of yeast and bakery.Extraordinary flavour with caramel hints.
This Champagne accompanied us while waiting for food.
I tried it at a dinner with several friends and I really liked it.
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Xtrawine UK
Xtrawine UK

4/5

Dom Perignon Vintage 2006
Dom Pérignon was the first prestige cuvée, an idea proposed by Englishman Laurence Venn. The first vintage of Dom Pérignon was 1921 and was only released for sale in 1936. Dom Pérignon is a vintage champagne, meaning that it is only made in the best years, and all grapes used to make the wine were harvested in the same year. Many champagnes, by contrast, are non-vintage, which means that the champagne is made from grapes harvested in various years.
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Torma Medical Distributions Sl

5/5

Amazing
Anonymous
Anonymous

4/5

Dom Perignon vintage exists only. Only the best bays of the most remarkable years are selected, on the whole field. Each vintage has its own character, unique, reflecting the special conditions of his year. According to Richard Geoffreoy, cellar master Dom Perignon, "the grapes are never the same from one year to another. If a harvest does not meet the criteria of Dom Perignon, there will be no vintage that year there. "The absolute singularity of Dom Pérignon is born of this commitment.

Dom Pérignon Vintage 2006 is no exception to the rule: the precision is extreme and chiseled. This exceptional champagne reveals a striking dress of a beautiful walleye, leaving glimpse of the delicate and fine bubbles. The nose exudes gentleness, purity, revealing a delicate fruity and floral bouquet, enhanced with a touch of liquorice. On the palate the wine is deposited gallantly on the palate, then explodes bewilderingly complex, before closing on a final languid salt and ice cold. Simply exquisite.

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