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1998 Moet et Chandon Dom Perignon
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About Moet et Chandon

Before you heard about it in Kanye West’s songs, Moet et Chandon was the drink of French kings, Russian tzars and Napoleon I himself. For as long as it’s been around—since 1743 to be exact—Moet has been the drink of the rich and famous.

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1998 Moet et Chandon Dom Perignon

Producer: Moet et Chandon
Style: Sparkling
Grape Type: Champagne Blend
Origin: France
Region: Champagne

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93 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - November/December 2005

($125-$175) Pale yellow. An enticing blend of red berries, butter and toast on the nose; this settled down to an earthy, smoky character that reminded me of Batard-Montrachet. Full and rich, with flavors of musky yellow plum and ripe pear accented by crisp mineral notes. Really long and vibrant on the building finish, if not as precise or elegant as the 1996. Still, of the two vintages, this is the one I would prefer to drink over the next five or years or so.

91 Points | Wine Spectator

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by Montesi12079317
We're celebrating NYE and I have but one complaint....WE ARE OUT. Best I have ever had! (Note: Not a true expert on this topic)
The best yet.
by melton12443199
This is the most flavorful out of many I have tried and very reasonable on price.I perfer it and my wife and I really enjoy it on all ocasions.


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