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1999 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
87
JR 18
WA 93
RJ 93
IWC 93(+?)
WS 90
Drink Dates
Comm: 2009-2012 WA: 2009-2024 WS: 2008-2020
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IWC 93(+?)
Source International Wine Cellar
Issue Issue 135

($150) Green-tinted gold. Tightly wound lime and pink grapefruit aromas open slowly to reveal a gently smoky mineral and floral character, with a light kiss of green cardamom adding interest. Very fresh on the palate, with youthful citrus and green apple flavors giving way to slightly riper blood orange and pear. Finishes firm and dry, with serious grip. This only hints at its potential, and I'd advise anyone drinking it for what's in the bottle rather than on the label to stash it away for at least another five years, minimum.

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JR 18
Source Jancis Robinson
Drink Dates 2007-2014

Magnum. Very rich and nuanced. Extremely luscious and hedonistic.

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WA 93
Source Wine Advocate
Issue 0309
Drink Dates 2009-2024

The 1999 Dom Perignon is a little flabbier than the 2000. Smoke, toastiness, tar and ripe fruit emerge from the glass in a generous, expansive style. The 1999 offers more body than the 2000 but the aromas and flavors are less well-articulated. This is a relatively simple Dom Perignon, yet the wine possesses outstanding balance and plenty of harmony. According to Chef de Caves Richard Geoffroy the warm vintage also resulted in relatively high yields, and the low-acid style is most reminiscent of the 1976.

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RJ 93
Source Richard Juhlin

An absolutely fabulous, great, broad-shouldered costume with juicy exotic fruitiness and an almost 76-like sensation of essence and fullness of body. A real fruit bomb that is going to give pleasure to many generations of wine-lovers. The funny thing is that this wine does not have even a trace of Dom Pérignon's typically toasted character as yet, despite its sweet mellowness. The most important explanation for this is probably the brief time since being disgorged, but also, paradoxically enough, the wine's gorgeous oiliness that makes it difficult for the toasted aromas to push their way out.

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WS 90
Source Wine Spectator
Drink Dates 2008-2020

There's a high-toned minty graphite accent to the aroma, with a citric edge on the palate. The structure is overlaid with lemon and bread dough notes. This is tight and crisp on the finish, so break out the sole or shellfish, or wait a few years.

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Author David W294
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 96.978%
Tasted On 01/02/2015
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Author wineme.310
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 94.475%
Tasted On 08/16/2014
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Author Ronn L
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 89.541%
Tasted On 12/03/2012
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Author Horms
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 17.246%
Tasted On 08/21/2012

TBC

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Author kukie
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 99.123%
Tasted On 09/16/2010
Drink Dates 2009-2012

Enjoyed this champagne on my wife's birthday. Everyone liked the wine. The bubbles so sooo small, incredible!! Taste of fine champagne, indeed.

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Author Sechang P
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 71.429%
Tasted On 11/30/2008
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Author serge
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 95%
Tasted On 09/20/2008

Very good champagne, not as good as other champagnes in the same price range.

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Author Andrew S651
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 91.503%
Tasted On 12/07/2007

Somewhere between an everday champagne and the Grand Dame, this has tastes of cirus rinds integrated into the taste. Very enjoyable, but not prehaps as blow-away the name that preceeds it.

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