Dom Pérignon Sparkling 2000 / 75cl Dom Pérignon - P2 - wine supplier to yachts

Dom Pérignon - P2

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A little darker than the regular 2000. Richer than the regular 2000 on the nose – and on the palate too. Smoky nose. Pungent. Very long and vibrating on the palate. Highly luxurious finish.


Country: France
Region: Champagne
Producer: Dom Pérignon
Style: Brut

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The philosophy, vision and spirit of Dom Pérignon are incarnated in his Manifesto, a document which explains the ten basic principles guiding winemaking at the House....
The philosophy, vision and spirit of Dom Pérignon are incarnated in his Manifesto, a document which explains the ten basic principles guiding winemaking at the House. Dom Pérignon can only be a vintage and blended. Each year, the Chef de Cave reinvents the House style with different grapes, creating a unique vintage, a perfect balance between the expression of Dom Pérignon and the expression of the vintage itself. It is made using a subtle blend of two grape varieties – Pinot Noir and Chardonnay – which are taken from the very best vineyards in Champagne.
The wines owe their complexity to the slow ripening of the grapes, which conserves freshness while revealing new aromas and new textures with the passing of time. These aromas, which develop in the wines as they are protected from oxygen during the aging process, guarantee exceptional cellaring potential and a characteristic minerality which is an aromatic signature of the House.
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