Thursday 28 November 2013

Live From The Burgundy

While waiting for some friends for dinner - why not slip into The Burgundy and have one or two bottles, sorry, glasses of wine? Ok then!

2004 Dom Perignon
A lovingly pure, racy, fresh nose with those typical roasted coffee and dark caramel notes that is Dom Perignon. With air notes of hyachint, matchbox and warm gravel emerges. Young and intoxicating.
The taste is young, pure and lively with notes of white and red currants, milk chocolate fudge, greshly cut flowers and some gravelly notes. A very fresh acidity. This has potential and need to fill out its mid palate to achieve greatness, but it is no problem finishing a glass of it today.
93p   (tasted 2013/11)

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