ON THE PALATE
Beyond its maturity on the palate there remains a certain austerity. The initial richness becomes freshness: the length is confirmed, never less than fruity, straightforward, refined and keen.
ON THE NOSE
The Dom Pérignon Oenothèque reveals itself to the nose in a series of gradual statements. The first notes are woody, smoky, followed by hints of cedar or sandalwood, then leading into marmalade before moving on into suggestions of spicy hawthorn, seeming younger and more flowery.