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  • By John Kapon
    Monday Night Football, 12/9/2009 95 points

    (Dom Perignon) It was on to the DP’s, beginning with a 1964 Dom Perignon. Todd jumped on ‘oatmeal’ right away. I saw that but found it more stony in the nose at first. Bruce chipped in how ‘it needs a little time to get integrated,’ and how he hates popping and pouring old Champers right away. Big Boy admired its ‘mature’ qualities, and with a little time, exotic aromas of coconut, cream soda, vanilla wafer and milk candy emerged. It was very complex once the stone walls came down around it, just as the Returner had prophecized. Delicious flavors of vanilla and cream soda danced on its long and lush palate. It was both delicate yet sturdy, ie, it didn’t have a lot of fizz but there was just enough to make it outstanding. It was another delicious wine (95).
  • By John Kapon
    1964 Champagne Horizontal, 11/27/2007 93 points

    (Dom Perignon) The next bubbly had a lot of alcohol and acidity in its nose and was very sturdy with excellent spice and spine. There was a yang of gamy maturity here, and the palate was very smooth, tasty and lovely, very fine indeed. It was an original bottling of 1964 Dom Perignon
  • By John Kapon
    Dom Perignon, 12 Angry Men, Auction Lunch and a Holiday Party, 12/13/2004 94 points

    (Dom Perignon) a touch pinchy and weedy at first, but the bread, butter and honey came and joined the party shortly. .No bubbles but great White Burgundy,. Bernard insisted. There were citrus, dust and straw edges and a touch of the cat.s meow (pee) that crept out in the glass. It was still excellent, but definitely better a decade prior when it blew me away after being re-released, or perhaps that was just this bottle

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