EOTW dinner (Otto e Mezzo): Dark golden brown in colour. At first slightly maderized scent but with airing turned into a beautiful toasted biscuit bouquet. Not much bubbles left. Rich caramelized pears in the mouth.
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(Dom Perignon) A bottle of 1959 Dom Perignon proved to be no slouch with a fantastic nose of wheat and toasted sugar. It was deep and rich yet still quite fresh, as its long and spritzy palate attested. There were big, stony flavors to go with secondary aromas of oatmeal and great citrus on its finish.
(Dom Perignon) had a touch of freshwater to it, a pinch of good stalk and white sugar aromas. It was the freshest of the ‘59s but also had a weird, indoor wax aroma. It got more sugary in the glass along the line of a Dr. Brown’s celery soda and was good but not a standout after the Taittinger
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