Dom Perignon, Moët et Chandon, 1996

Dom Perignon

Dom Perignon, Moët et Chandon, 1996

The distinguish smell of apples is the first things that hit you when you open this bottle of Dom Perignon. Add sufficient amount of mousse and bobbles, plenty of acid and lovely freshness, and you have a great bottle.

We enjoyed this bottle with mature Bellota Ham, Ceviche and french Tartar.

It is a bit tight at first, but after a couple of hours, the power and taste increases, and the significant taste of coffee/mocca and yellow apples arise.

This bottle is still young. It has initial elements of maturity, but the longer this bottle gets to stay in a safe and right tempered cellar, the better it will be.

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