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1998 Moet & Chandon - Dom Perignon Champagne Blend - France - Champagne - White

France - Champagne

White Champagne Blend
Producer Notes

Dating back to 1743, Moet & Chandon is the largest and most recognized champagne brand and producer in the world. Dom Perignon, its most famous label, took its name from the Benedictine monk whom legend claims was the first to produce the sparkling beverage we know as champagne. The company was founded by Dutchman Claude Moet, who originally shipped wine to Paris to supply the royal... More »

Score
92
RJ 92
BH 94
JR 16.5+
WA 92
WS 90
IWC 93
Drink Dates
Comm: 2009-2018 WS: 2005-2010
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BH 94
Source Burghound
Issue Issue 28
Drink Dates 2013+

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IWC 93
Source International Wine Cellar
Issue Issue 123

($125-$175) Pale yellow. An enticing blend of red berries, butter and toast on the nose; this settled down to an earthy, smoky character that reminded me of Batard-Montrachet. Full and rich, with flavors of musky yellow plum and ripe pear accented by crisp mineral notes. Really long and vibrant on the building finish, if not as precise or elegant as the 1996. Still, of the two vintages, this is the one I would prefer to drink over the next five or years or so.

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JR 16.5+
Source Jancis Robinson
Drink Dates 2007-2011

Light greenish gold. First bottle corked. Flirtatious and lively nose. Really quite aromatic! Then a bit sweet on the front palate. Still quite tight. May unwind to something much more exciting though the fruit doesn’t seem the freshest or zestiest. I wonder whether this is a cork problem?

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WA 92
Source Wine Advocate
Issue 162

A stronger vintage than expected, the 1998 Dom Perignon exhibits aromas and flavors of lemon oil, orange rind, and brioche in a medium-bodied, zesty, rich, moderately intense style. It is far superior to either the 1993 or 1992. Readers should remember that the 1971 Dom Perignon Rose is still drinking exquisitely. I recently had the 1969 and 1970 Dom Perignons (from magnum), and both were drinking brilliantly. It makes one realize just how long-lived these wines can be. Production is confidential, but there must be hundreds of thousands of cases of Dom Perignon since it available in most of the world's luxury hotels and restaurants.

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RJ 92
Source Richard Juhlin

You will have to take my first notes on this wine with a generous pinch of salt. I tasted it actually in connection with the launch of my latest book at the French Embassy in New York. Partly I had my focus elsewhere, but above all the glasses were far from perfect. This wine felt classical, fairly light, but with a long, impressive aftertaste. I will return to it when I have been able to taste it in my own glasses. Now I have done that and the impression is the same in the main. Very long, pure and classical, with mineral in the lead, but up to now rather weak.

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WS 90
Source Wine Spectator
Drink Dates 2005-2010

Broad and airy in texture, with enticing candied berry, citrus and coffee aromas and flavors. It has bright acidity, keeping it well-defined through the lingering finish.

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Author dav
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 89.583%
Tasted On 01/04/2012
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Tasted On 06/05/2011
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Author StuTarheel
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 99.418%
Tasted On 01/05/2010
Drink Dates 2009-2018

Delicious, delicate Champagne on the drier side.

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Author King3194
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 97.778%
Tasted On 03/29/2009

Nice tannins, not very sweet. Very crisp.

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Author drueklase
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 93.333%
Tasted On 05/17/2009
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Author Spike Ngai
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 91.463%
Tasted On 04/28/2009
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