In the mouth, the wine is full and round without being opulent and expresses great harmony. The attack is definite and intense leading to a silky finish reminiscent of preserved citrus fruits.
— Stephen Tanzer
93+/100 (November 1998)
At the peak of its drinking age the 1990 Dom Perignon is simply stunning, smooth and crisp on the palate with hints of pear, apple, citrus, strawberries, fine bubbles that only come with a correctly aged Champagne. In my top 3 favourite DP’s together with the 1996 and 2002. Enjoyed this together with Foie gras and fig jam, Spanish Bellota Jamon & Queso Currado. For dessert strawberries and wild berries mixed with natural yogurt was wonderful.
99/100 (July 2016)