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2009 Dom Perignon Champagne
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- Cellar 6 - 8 years (2023-2025)
- ABV 12.5%
- Closure: Cork
Excellent pour displaying a very frothy lacy white mousse that holds very well. Once dissipated it reveals a pale straw coloured base with pale gold edges and an exceptionally fine and persistent bead. Despite the warmer vintage the nose has a sense of freshness to it featuring a very refined aromatic profile of citrus, yeast lees, toast and bready characters followed by chalky lemon like end notes. Reflective of the nose the palate also has a lemony freshness running through a seamless airy mouthfeel. Flavours of lemony citrus intermix with yeast lees, toast and subtle oily nuances. Some roasted almonds also chime in. Dry, crisp mouthwatering finish. Long refined conclusion of yeast lees, oily toast like characters, baked bread, citrus and roasted almonds.
Cellar 6-8 years.
This is a DP that shows the ripeness of the 2009 vintage yet remains full of energy. Gorgeous aromas of cream, apple, mango, honeysuckle, and chalk follow through to a full body and super fine, tight texture. Dense and agile. Vinous. It’s like a top grand cru white Burgundy. Think Batard-Montrachet. More depth than the 2006. Drink now.
There's a subtle power to this graceful Champagne, which boasts a firm, crystalline frame of acidity married to the fine, satin like mousse and notes of white raspberry, brioche and Earl Grey tea. Seamless through to the long finish of smoke and spice accents, this opens beautifully in the glass. Drink now through 2029.
It’s shocking that Dom is so far below price leadership. Two (of many) reasons are its sheer volume produced, and the confusion of five to seven vintages on current release. In the midst of this the new vintage sails calmly on, supple, delicate and long, and oh so easy to enjoy.
James Halliday - Australian Wine Companion