Dom Perignon vintage 2009
Dom Pérignon is the house Moët & Chandon's top wine, which is only produced in vintages where the grape material is of a sufficiently high quality. Now Moët is ready with Dom Pérignon 2009, which has been launched this autumn. It replaces Dom Pérignon 2006, which was the latest release on the market so far. The fact that 2007 and 2008 have been skipped is due to the fact that a 2007 will not be made due to unsatisfactory grape quality, while the top vintage 2008 is kept back in the cellars, where the full potential is still under development in the bottles.
2009 is a relatively hot year in Champagne, and that is the reason for the early release for Dom Pérignon after “only” eight years in the bottle. Based on the great maturity that the 2009 vintage possesses, the house has therefore chosen to launch it, while the freshness is intact.
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