Dom-Perignon-2003

Dom Perignon, 2003

“Once again, the 2003 Dom Pérignon shows its pedigree. Ample, powerful and beautifully resonant in the glass, the 2003 is built on a core of huge fruit and serious phenolic structure, both of which make it resemble a still wine, perhaps a fine white Burgundy with a bit of bottle age. There is more than enough density to allow the 2003 to age well for a number of decades.”
- Antonio Galloni, Vinous (95 points)

“The 2003 Dom Pérignon is maturing very gracefully in bottle, wafting from the glass with aromas of smoke, bread dough, waxy lemon rind and confit citrus. On the palate, the wine is ample, vinous and full-bodied but retains excellent definition, and it’s structured around chewy dry extract from mature skins, which compensates for its comparative lack of acidity. It will be interesting to follow its evolution over the coming decade.”
- William Kelley, Wine Advocate (93 points)

Size: F - 750 ml
Bin: B3413
Varietal: Sparkling
Type: White
Country: France
Region: Champagne
Winery: Dom Perignon
Item(s) Bottle
$225.00
Case
$2,700.00

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Size: F - 750 ml
Bin: B3413
Varietal: Sparkling
Type: White
Country: France
Region: Champagne
Winery: Dom Perignon

Description

“Once again, the 2003 Dom Pérignon shows its pedigree. Ample, powerful and beautifully resonant in the glass, the 2003 is built on a core of huge fruit and serious phenolic structure, both of which make it resemble a still wine, perhaps a fine white Burgundy with a bit of bottle age. There is more than enough density to allow the 2003 to age well for a number of decades.”
- Antonio Galloni, Vinous (95 points)

“The 2003 Dom Pérignon is maturing very gracefully in bottle, wafting from the glass with aromas of smoke, bread dough, waxy lemon rind and confit citrus. On the palate, the wine is ample, vinous and full-bodied but retains excellent definition, and it’s structured around chewy dry extract from mature skins, which compensates for its comparative lack of acidity. It will be interesting to follow its evolution over the coming decade.”
- William Kelley, Wine Advocate (93 points)