Moët & Chandon Dom Pérignon 2000 1.5L - Carlo Russo Wine & Spirit World
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Moët & Chandon Dom Pérignon 2000 1.5L

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Moët & Chandon Dom Pérignon 2000 1.5L

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On the Nose: Fresh, crystalline and sharp, the first nose unveils an unusual dimension, an aquatic vegetal world with secret touches of white pepper and gardenia. The wine reveals a light, gentle maturity before exhaling peaty scents. On the Palate: The attack bursts forth, before maturing into a sensual fullness that winds around itself, like a tendril of foliage. Notes of liquorice and dried ginger linger on the skin of fruit (pear and mango), more textured than ripe. The finish gradually unfurls and then settles, smooth, mellow, all-encompassing. An indefinable je ne sais quoi, never upsetting the integrity of the wine, has worked its charm.
Category Sparkling Wine
Varietals
Region France, Champagne
Brand Moët & Chandon
  • we95

Wine EnthusiastNutty and toasty, this is already maturing. It has a ripe, soft texture, deliciously balanced between acidity, grapefruit and riper peach flavors. It feels sumptuous, rich and certainly ready to drink.

Roger Voss, December 1, 2010
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Wine AdvocateThe 2000 Dom Perignon is a gorgeous, seductive wine that floats on the palate with remarkable grace. Toasty aromas meld into freshly cut flowers, apricots and pears, with sweet notes of mint and licorice that linger on the long finish. This perfumed, inviting Dom Perignon is elegance personified, and in this vintage the wine fully merits its lofty reputation. Anticipated maturity: 2009-2019.

Antonio Galloni, March 2009
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Wine SpectatorStarts out round and plush, then the structure takes over. Light peach and berry flavors prevail as this plays out on the lingering finish. Give it a little time to integrate, but this should develop well. Best from 2009 through 2024.

Bruce Sanderson, December 15, 2008