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Dom Perignon Vintage, Champagne 150cl

Dom Pérignon Vintage, Champagne 150cl

£435.00

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Cepages:
Pinot Noir,Chardonnay
Description:
One of the absolutely classic deluxe cuvees of Champagne.
Vintage:
2006
Alcohol %:
12.50
Colour:
Vintage & Prestige Cuvée
Country:
France
Group:
Champagne
Bottle Size:
150cl
Closure:
Cork
Wine Code:
0266
Website:
www.domperignon.com
Other Info:
Not content with the painstaking selection of only Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes, and over and above the exclusive choice of plots offering the very best soils and perfect exposure, Dom Pérignon categorically insists on choosing only the best harvests and thereafter, on a long, slow ageing of the wine on its lees. Harvests that lack the potential to fully express the elusive Dom Pérignon style, will be left out.

Moët et Chandon's top champagne. This world famous product is dry and rich with intense flavour. Acacia honey and fresh almonds on the nose whilst dried apricots and toasted brioche combine on the long finish.

Press:
The name Dom Perignon is synonymous with not just Champagne itself, but with quality. Dom Pérignon (1638–1715) was a monk and cellar master at the Benedictine abbey in Hautvillers. He is credited with the invention of Champagne itself. Although that is not strictly true, his name is forever linked with the bubbles. Upon tasting his (accidental) creation for the first time, he exclaimed “Everyone, come quickly, I am tasting stars.” Today, Dom Perignon is one of the finest vintage Champagnes money can buy. Between 1921 and 2003, Dom Perignon has only produced 40 vintages. Insistence on quality means that production only takes place in the very best years. Always aged for several years on the yeast lees,’ DP’ has plenty of biscuity and bready aromas, and lots of fruit. To put it simply: sheer decadence.

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Food match:

For the 2005 Dom Perignon, chef Skye Gyngell (head chef at Spring Restaurant, Somerset House) created a dish of wild asparagus, fresh crab and borage flowers.

 
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