Dom Pérignon Brut Champagne 2004

9.3971 ratings on Delectable
$164.99

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Ratings on Delectable

Marie Keep Delectable Pro

Director of Fine Wines Skinner

Iced down and too cool upon popping the cork. A briney, smoky, creamy citrus florality weighted lightly with airport tarmac - rubber and diesel. Compellingly faceted - a perfect bubbly for this October beach dinner.

Iced down and too cool upon popping the cork. A briney, smoky, creamy citrus florality weighted lightly with airport tarmac - rubber and diesel. Compellingly faceted - a perfect bubbly for this October beach dinner.

9.0

Kevin Reyes Delectable Pro

Ballin

Ballin

9.1

George Chen Delectable Pro

O4 vintage showing toasty finesse and softer mousse and complete elegance. Underrated!

O4 vintage showing toasty finesse and softer mousse and complete elegance. Underrated!

9.2

Courtney Cochran Delectable Pro

Sommelier/Host hiptastes.com

Rockin quaff: apricot flambé, portobello crust, cashew skin, honey-Meyer lemon custard, banana suggestion, juicy white peach, attitude, style and cheer. On palate, super-fine bead offsets just the right amount of autolytic crunch, with currents of expensive cashew milk conjoined with golden hay, chalky mineral bite, gardenia, musk and awesome. Long finish with plenty of cashew magic. In short: a dream ✨⭐️

Rockin quaff: apricot flambé, portobello crust, cashew skin, honey-Meyer lemon custard, banana suggestion, juicy white peach, attitude, style and cheer. On palate, super-fine bead offsets just the right amount of autolytic crunch, with currents of expensive cashew milk conjoined with golden hay, chalky mineral bite, gardenia, musk and awesome. Long finish with plenty of cashew magic. In short: a dream ✨⭐️

9.8

Nick Pagoria Delectable Pro

Good mineralty, orchard fruit and a a bit steely. Good but not great. Somewhere between 2002 and 2003 in terms of quality.

Good mineralty, orchard fruit and a a bit steely. Good but not great. Somewhere between 2002 and 2003 in terms of quality.

8.9

John Wight Delectable Pro

Sommelier/Wine Director Luce Restaurant

Showing very nicely, not as huge and massive as I remember

Showing very nicely, not as huge and massive as I remember

9.4

David T Delectable Pro

Independent Sommelier/Wine Educator

Soft and delicate mouthfeel as well as the bubbles. Citrus blend, pineapple, green & golden apple, golden raisins, Bosc pear, orange blossoms, baguette, fine powdered zingy chalkiness, delicate, soft minerals and perfect, fresh acidity and finish.

Soft and delicate mouthfeel as well as the bubbles. Citrus blend, pineapple, green & golden apple, golden raisins, Bosc pear, orange blossoms, baguette, fine powdered zingy chalkiness, delicate, soft minerals and perfect, fresh acidity and finish.

9.5

Rob Brobst III Delectable Pro

Orange, lemon, honeysuckle and a beautiful wet stone minerality. Wish you were here, but then again this is just too good to share

Orange, lemon, honeysuckle and a beautiful wet stone minerality. Wish you were here, but then again this is just too good to share

9.6

Kenneth Korsbæk Delectable Pro

Creamy and delicious

Creamy and delicious

9.4

Rick Baumgarten Delectable Pro

Another star of the show. Rated by some as their WOTN. Even if tasted blind, this would shine.

Another star of the show. Rated by some as their WOTN. Even if tasted blind, this would shine.

9.5

Location

  • 1945 Palmer Avenue
    Larchmont, NY 10538

  • Hours:
    Monday-Saturday: 10AM-8PM
    Sunday: 12PM-6PM