Dom Pérignon 2009

We are pleased to announce that the latest vintage of Dom Pérignon, the 2009, has just been released.

This vintage has been met with universal praise from the critics – 97 points from Steven Spurrier, 97 from Suckling, 96 from Decanter, 96 from the Wine Spectator and 18+ points from Jancis Robinson MW.

This wine will be available for delivery from late October
Minimum order 6 bottles


2009 Dom Pérignon

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“Released before the ‘tighter’ 2008, the standout character of the 2009 according to chef de cave Richard Geoffroy is ‘fruit, glorious, fruit’. With its floral nose, taffeta texture and linear finish, this balances power and restraint with precision and charm.”

97 points, Steven Spurrier

“This is a DP that shows the ripeness of the 2009 vintage yet remains full of energy. Gorgeous aromas of cream, apple, mango, honeysuckle, and chalk follow through to a full body and super fine, tight texture. Dense and agile. Vinous. It’s like a top grand cru white Burgundy. Think Batard-Montrachet. More depth than the 2006. Drink now.”

97 points, JamesSuckling.com

“Unbroken sun through August and early September helped to shape an idyllic harvest, on 12th September. Superb maturity of fruit in flawless health has produced a wine with wafting scents of both fresh and confit of spiced lemon and wild cherry. Despite the heat, the wine has freshness, vitality and length. Still a youngster, this will grow greatly by 2019. A more stylish son of the '03, and cousin of the slender and charming '06. Disgorged June 2016. Drinking Window 2019-2027”

96 points, Michael Edwards, Decanter.com

“Just being released. Very pale, very youthful nose. Lots of zest and freshness. Introvert and tight. But approachable in terms of texture. The flavour is not fully formed yet but it’s already a pleasure to drink from the point of view of balance, presumably thanks to the relatively low acidity. Light hint of bitterness on the end. Length. Palate-enrobing! Lovely texture.”

18+ points, Jancis Robinson MW