2010 Cuvée Dom Pérignon, Moët et Chandon

2010 Cuvée Dom Pérignon, Moët et Chandon

This is a wonderful blend of Dom Pérignon’s nutty, rich, savoury style, with the freshness and drive of a high-acid year. Ripe peaches and a light tropical note on the nose are married with a generous and firm palate, with a vibrant, taut finish.

Strictly limited to 6 bottles per customer.

Critic score
18.5/100 info
From a client
6 available

Wine details

  • Region & country
    Champagne, France
  • Maturity
    Ready 2020 - 2030info
  • Colour
  • Sweetness
  • Style
  • Unit Volume
    Bottle (75cl.)
  • ABV

Tasting notes

A vintage Vincent Chaperon is convinced has been misguidedly overlooked. 54% Chardonnay, 46% Pinot Noir. Dosage 5g/l. This bottle was disgorged February 2019. Amazingly, obviously, Dom P on the nose –the powerful lemon-mousse nose came soaring out of the glass long before my nose got anywhere near it. Massive intensity of complex aroma hints that this might be a little blowsy on the palate but not a bit of it. It's really tense and tight on the palate and has a certain fumey smokiness to the very concentrated palate. But its most marked feature is the persistence of the finish. This, along with the concentration, makes me confident we will be seeing this in a P2 version, even though 15% of the potential Pinot Noir was left on the ground. Definitely not a weak vintage of Dom P.

Jancis Robinson MW, jancisrobinson.com (July 2020)

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