My husband and I celebrated our wedding anniversary this weekend with a bottle of 2002 Moet & Chandon "Dom Perignon" Champagne. It was spectacular as expected.
Appearance: Clear, pale gold with long-lasting pin-point bubbles.
Nose: Pronounced floral aromas of jasmine with juicy nectarine and pineapple with a bit of flint.
Palate: Dry, full-bodied, crisp acidity with flavors of brioche, peach and honey.
Quality: Outstanding Price: $135