Dom Pérignon 1990

Dom Pérignon 1990

1990 was an excellent Champagne vintage with Robert Parker rating Moët’s 1990 Dom Perignon a stunning 98 points!


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Medium lemon-straw colour. Intensely fragrant nose with aromas of jasmine, cinnamon buttered toast, stewed apples and preserved ginger. Concentrated honey-nut, warm apple tart and spice flavours fill the mouth giving ample flesh to the firm, fine structure. The bubbles are still remarkably frisky and, in harmony with the crisp backbone of acid, make for a relatively youthful, elegant and exquisitely balanced wine. Very long finish. – 98 points Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate


Pale color. Youthful aromas of lemon, quince, pear, toast, spice, chalk and red berries. Big, sweet and seamless, if a bit clenched in the early going. A powerful, very young wine whose fruit builds slowly in the mouth and explodes on the finish. A charry note contributes to its complexity. Possesses amazing depth of fruit, but the high quality of this wine can most easily be seen today on the extraordinary finish. May ultimately merit a 95+ rating. – 93 points Stephen Tanzer’s International Wine Cellar


Fascinating. Mature notes of mushroom, corrupt cherry and forest undergrowth evoke an aged red Burgundy. Firm and medium-bodied, yet softening and with little effervescence, it fades by the finish, but the bouquet alone is worth the price of admission. – 92 points Wine Spectator

Expressive, smoky and somehow even reductive – even at this age! So characterful. Bready, rich, savoury and salty – has a bit of umami / soy character – distinctive and substantial. – Jancis Robinson


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