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Life is always marked by good times, although like everything else, these tend to be ephemeral and vanish quickly, so you have to know how to make the most of the moment. This is how the harvest of 1975 started, on September 29 wrapped in good weather that quickly vanished. Although that year, the weather conditions were good, there was a late flowering in the cold spring which caused the shoots to bud very late. Even so, flowering took place in ideal conditions: the warm and sunny summer, with scattered storms, allowed for it. A clarity achieved only by years of experience allowed Dom Pérignon house to take advantage of the good moments of the harvest, extracting from them a champagne that surprises with its floral freshness and opens to subtle hazelnut aromas, being round and fleshy on the palate. Dominated by red berries and gingerbread, the end is marked by a certain astringency. Dom Pérignon Vintage 1975 is an excellent companion to celebrate those ephemeral, but nevertheless unforgettable moments.
|Type Of Wine:||sparkling wine|
|Vintage:||1975 Other vintages|
|Appellation:||Champagne (Champagne, France)|
|Volume:||75cl Other volumes|
|Grapes:||Chardonnay, Pinot Noir|
Elaboration of Dom Pérignon Vintage 1975
Dom Pérignon Vintage 1975 (Chardonnay and Pinot Noir)
- View: Dom Perignon 1975 has a dark amber color with a good amount of bubbles
- Nose: crisp with notes of toast, biscuits, white skin of orange, burnt sugar and minerals that complements the sweet, rusty bunch of ripe apples, cider, stone fruits, and hazelnuts.
- Mouth: Very full palate also with a hint of sherry, fine bubbles and good acidity.
GRAPES: 58% chardonnay, 42% pinot noir
WINERY: Dom Pérignon
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Reviews of Dom Pérignon Vintage 1975
- Palate: The wine's opulence - contained and succulent, round at heart - reveals itself in the mouth. The envelope slides and stretches, and the wine becomes more complex and edgy, silkier than it is creamy. The whole eventually melts into an exquisite bitterness tinged with the briny taste of the sea
- The weather in 2006 was mixed, but warm and dry overall. While July was scorching hot, August was unusually cool and wet. The almost summery weather in September made the vintage possible by drying out the few patches of botrytis and maturing the grapes far more than usual. The harvest began on September 11 and lasted nearly four weeks.
Dom Perignon 2006
Typical opacity of a Dom Pérignon. Very yeasty and biscuity on the nose. The Dom Pérignon Vintage is a well-bodied wine.
The best of the meal was this wine.