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1976 DOM PERIGNON 1976

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Info : Damaged cap foil

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Expert's opinions

These were lovely wines from the word go but, in the final analysis, only the best 1976s will stay the pace. A year of excessive heat and drought; thoroughly ripe grapes, well nigh perfect in Sauternes.

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96 / 100
Robert PARKER - The Wine Advocate
From an impeccably conserved original disgorgement, the 1976 Dom Pérignon is showing brilliantly, offering up aromas of praline, confit citrus, toasted bread, beeswax and subtle hints of mocha. On the palate, it's medium to full-bodied, broad and vinous, with fine depth at the core, lively acids and a long, sapid finish, complemented by a healthy but ultra-fine mousse. The product of a dry, compressed growing season, the harvest for Dom Pérignon began on September 1.
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Jeannie Cho Lee June - 2016
Jeannie Cho Lee
 Full bodied, biscuity champagne with fine mousse and delicate flavors. The palate is complex, intense and filled with toasted nutty flavors followed by a long finish. This was tasted next to the 1973 Dom blind, I prefered the 73 by a slim margin.
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Appellation Champagne
Colour Champagne
Volume 0.75 l
Country France
Dom Perignon
Dom Perignon

Dom Pérignon is a legendary vintage champagne in France. In 1668, a young monk Dom Pierre Pérignon,moved the mission to create the "world's best wine". Such ambition revealed in this young monk thirty years ago, a visionary and extraordinary audacity. The engagement of Dom Perignon is that all the Champagnes must be produced only with the harvest of the same year. 

The productions of Dom Pérignon were very popular at that time. When Dom Pérignon died, the price dropped somewhat, but not its popularity. The 1921 vintage is unquestionably the best vintage. Dom Pérignon champagnes are very long aging.

>> Read our artile of "Dom Pérignon : the best vintages"