The Dom Pérignon 2004
reveals notes of white fruit and dried flower on the nose, mixed with almond and powdered cocoa. The classic characters of the roasting complete the whole, to give a fully riped wine. On the palate, the wine evolves between thickness and weightlessness. The precision is extreme, tactile, dark and chiselled, and finishes on a sappy and spicy note. The Dom Pérignon 2004
is a racy champagne
whose cellar master, Richard Geoffroy, compares it to its glorious predecessor of 1970. The Dom Pérignon
wines stand out thanks to a beautiful aromatic complexity, their structure, and their texture. Through the ageing process, those wines become more complex, deeper yet, they keep their freshness and a unique style. During the tasting, those feelings are found in the expression of the duet Chardonnay
and Pinot Noir
. If the Chardonnay offers the first sensation of boldness and vibration across the palate, the Pinot Noir counter balances the feeling thanks to its length.