Dom Pérignon Brut Champagne Blend 2005

$175

The 2005 Dom Perignon opens with the classic Dom Perignon bouquet. Warm toasty notes meld into expressive fruit in a supple, silky Champagne endowed with stunning depth, nuance and complexity. Sweet floral notes add lift as the wine opens up in the glass. Overall, the 2005 is a relatively delicate, gracious DP...open, totally inviting personality...it is a gorgeous wine to drink while the 2004 ages...production is down around 50% over normal levels. All I can say is the 2005 is fabulous... Antonio Galloni, Vinous Media

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Ratings on Delectable

Matt Perlman Delectable Pro

Life is good. Seashell, biscuit dough and lemon on the nose. Fine mousse, more lemon, baked apple, marzipan, spearmint and limestone chalkiness on the palate.

Life is good. Seashell, biscuit dough and lemon on the nose. Fine mousse, more lemon, baked apple, marzipan, spearmint and limestone chalkiness on the palate.

9.2

Conrad Green Delectable Pro

Very smooth and soft edged on the nose.delicate lemon fruit, lovely limestone minerality and a sweetness. Very 05 in profile and really approachable now. Excellent

Very smooth and soft edged on the nose.delicate lemon fruit, lovely limestone minerality and a sweetness. Very 05 in profile and really approachable now. Excellent

9.3

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The 2005 Dom Pérignon is just starting to enter its first plateau of maturity, as the aromas and flavors now show the complexity and nuance of a wine that has been in bottle for a number of years. Dried apricot, smoke, dried flowers, orange peel, almond and chamomile give the 2005 its signature flavor profile. More mature hazelnut and coffee notes aren’t too far away. Today, it is the wine’s density that is most surprising, but that should allow the wine to age gracefully for many years to come. (Antonio Galloni, Vinous, July 2018)

The 2005 Dom Pérignon is just starting to enter its first plateau of maturity, as the aromas and flavors now show the complexity and nuance of a wine that has been in bottle for a number of years. Dried apricot, smoke, dried flowers, orange peel, almond and chamomile give the 2005 its signature flavor profile. More mature hazelnut and coffee notes aren’t too far away. Today, it is the wine’s density that is most surprising, but that should allow the wine to age gracefully for many years to come. (Antonio Galloni, Vinous, July 2018)

9.4

Mark Eastom Delectable Pro

Awesome stuff. Biscuit dough, baked apple, a bit of oak influence, beautiful effervescence and great acid. 2005 vintage, but can only imagine how it will be in 20 years..

Awesome stuff. Biscuit dough, baked apple, a bit of oak influence, beautiful effervescence and great acid. 2005 vintage, but can only imagine how it will be in 20 years..

9.3

Matt Austin Delectable Pro

Owner/Winemaker, Grosgrain Vineyards, Walla Walla, WA

Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving!

9.6

Remi Barrett Delectable Pro

Happy birthday to Heidi!!! Deliciousness

Happy birthday to Heidi!!! Deliciousness

9.5

Andrew Holloway Delectable Pro

Dirty 30

Dirty 30

9.1

Andrew Holloway Delectable Pro

Toasty and rich

Toasty and rich

9.2

Nathaniel DiMaggio Delectable Pro

Seriously? Again, for this price point. Pass.

Seriously? Again, for this price point. Pass.

7.8

Nathaniel DiMaggio Delectable Pro

Kind of disappointing. Tastes of a very basic Champagne. I'm surprised.

Kind of disappointing. Tastes of a very basic Champagne. I'm surprised.

7.9

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