Dom Perignon Brut 2012
Estimates by reputable critics:
The presence of sulfatesyes
Wine is recommended to combine with gourmet dishes, soft or hard cheeses, seafood, and caviar.
Champagne straw-golden color with a thin mousse of bubbles.
Champagne captivates with its multifaceted, refined aroma, in which, like a symphony, notes of white flowers, nectarine, apricot, rhubarb, mint, minerals, ash and white pepper are intertwined.
After opening, the taste of champagne quickly becomes bright, and then literally explodes with a burst of effervescence and tone. Focused on sour and bitter notes, its finish brings penetrating tension, marked by accents of ginger, tobacco and toasted toast.