Dom Perignon Vintage 200375cl
Dom Pérignon Vintage 2010
Discover More About Our Products
Dom Perignon Vintage 2003 is the 69th vintage champagne from the brand, Moët & Chandon. Each Grand Vintage is a unique creation, representing an extraordinary year. And 2003 actually stood out. A wonderful spring frost was followed by an incredibly hot summer, which led to the earliest harvest in the history of Moët & Chandon.
Dom Perignon Vintage 2003 is an excellent French champagne, which doesn't only know how to win over experts like Falstaff or Jancis Robinson. This Dom Pérignon has also won gold at the Mundus Vini in 2012. Enthusiasts of sparkling wines should not miss out on this bottle. Furthermore, this one is one of the more accessible Dom Pérignons you can find on the market.
|Type Of Wine:||sparkling wine|
|Vintage:||2003 Other vintages|
|Appellation:||Champagne (Champagne, France)|
|Volume:||75cl Other volumes|
|Grapes:||Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier, Pinot Nero, Pinot Noir|
|Type Of Sparkling:||Brut|
Description of Dom Perignon Vintage 2003
Dom Perignon Vintage 2003 (Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier, Pinot Nero and Pinot Noir)
TASTING NOTES: Dom Perignon Vintage 2003
- View: Pale yellow with golden reflexes
- Nose: Elegant and very aromatic with scents of tropical fruits, citric notes and dried fruit. Light notes of toast.
- Mouth: Refreshing, smooth and silky, a spicy maturity and ana alluring warmth.
VINEYARD: Moët & Chandon
GRAPES: 28% Chardonnay, 29% Pinot Noir, 43% Pinot Meunier
PAIRING: Seafood, Pâté or foie gras, Foie, ,
How to serve
Reviews of Dom Perignon Vintage 2003
- 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
Fantastic colour. Very yeasty and biscuity on the nose. It had a correct astringency.
I took this Champagne during a brunch.