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1975 Dom Pérignon Oenothèque

  • 97 WS
  • Variety
    Champagne Blend
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SKU: 73996-1975-750

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  • Vinous | Rating: 100

    The 1975 Dom Pérignon Oenothèque has always been utterly mesmerizing from bottle, but from magnum, it is, well, extraterrestrial. What else can I say? A vivid, utterly hypnotic Champagne, the 1975 Oenothèque (magnum) graces the palate with the most exquisite white flowers, lemon peel, honey, tangerine, pear and white truffle nuances imaginable. The 1975 is timeless and eternal in its beauty, with a combination of layered texture and crystalline purity that will make those lucky enough to taste it beg for a second glass. From what I have been told, the 1975 magnums will not be released commercially, at least not on a wide scale. Readers fortunate to find the 1975 in the big bottle should not hesitate. This bottle was disgorged in June 2009. $1,799 in 750 ml.
    Drink Dates: 2014 - 2020
    Author: Antonio Galloni
    Issue: May 2014
  • Wine Spectator | Rating: 97

    Offers a wonderful bouquet of toffee, coffee, truffle and toast. A graphite note emerges with air. In the mouth, citrus and ginger notes chime in with the vibrant acidity, keeping this fresh and driving the long finish. Firm and taut, with a mineral finish. Mature and complex. Disgorged in 2007. Drink now through 2012. — BS
    Author: Bruce Sanderson
    Issue: Jun 30, 2009
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  • Dating back to 1743, Moet & Chandon is the largest and most recognized champagne brand and producer in the world. Dom Perignon, its most famous label, took its name from the Benedictine monk whom legend claims was the first to produce the sparkling beverage we know as champagne. The company was founded by Dutchman Claude Moet, who originally shipped wine to Paris to supply the royal court's growing desire for sparkling wine. The company introduced the concept of vintage champagne in the 1840s and began their popular brand "Brut Imperial" in the 1860s. Today Moet & Chandon is a segment of the international luxury goods brand "LVMH," after merging with Hennessy Cognac in 1971 and Louis Vuitton in 1987. Moet & Chandon also fathered the sparkling wine venture Domaine Chandon in the Napa Valley.

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    Collector Data For This Wine

    • 41 bottles owned
    • 13 collectors