Dom Pérignon Magnum cartoningi s the result of a particularly rigorous and dry winter. Summer was the hottest in 53 years. However, the grapes harvested were perfectly ripe and healthy, with a quality comparable to that of the legendary harvests of 1947, 1959 and 1976.
Dom Pérignon Magnum cartoning Tasting Note
Dom Pérignon Magnum cartoning has on the nose first a floral and luminous softness, then the minerality so typical of Dom Pérignon, the fruity character confit, the vegetal note, the incredible fescor of the leaf of Alcaforero to finally immerse in the Darkness, spices, licorice.
On the palate its construction is based more on the rhythm and the rupture than on the melody. First delicacy before a mineral verticality stretching slowly, nobly bitter, iodized and saline.