95 points Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate
Medium+ lemon-straw colour. There’s a touch more vibrancy here on the nose than with the 1985, beginning with an abundance of toasty /yeasty notes and leading to complex suggestions of ginger-nut biscuit, marzipan, lemongrass and a whiff of chalkboards. Elegantly styled providing a fair amount of bubbles while the palate gives crisp acidity that compliments the remaining citrus nuances. The finish is long leaving pleasantly lingering savoury/meaty hints and plenty of chalky minerality. (LPB) (3/2009)
95 points Vinous
All of the qualities found in the original release are amped up in the 1976 Dom Pérignon Œnothèque (Disgorged 2003). Unctuous and deep the 1976 Œno is a real powerhouse, but all of that intensity is nicely countered by the wine’s brightness and energy. This is another stellar release in the Œnothèque (P2) series. (AG) (11/2017)
Stored on it’s side in a climate controlled cellar since purchase.
Excellent condition. The item in the photos is the exact item you will receive.
There is a small rip at the top right corner of the wine label.
Otherwise, the bottle, gift box and flutes are flawless.
This bottle may be 1976, but it was only disgorged in July, 2013. It was kept at the Chateau and aged since 1976!
We are the original owners of this bottle, and it has been impeccably kept since 2013 release.