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Dom Pérignon - Champagne Vintage P2 2003

Dom Pérignon

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  • Winery: Dom Pérignon
  • Vintage : 2003
  • Origin : France
  • Denomination: Champagne AOC
  • Grapes: Pinot Noir, Chardonnay
  • Serving temperature : 8-10 ° C
  • Alcohol volume : 12.5%
  • Format : 0.75 L
  • Moment to taste it: Special occasions
  • Pairings: Seafood appetizers, fish menu, caviar, oysters
  • Blowup Rating : 10/10

    Description

    Dom Pérignon P2 2003 is a Champagne that was born in a vintage that changed the life of champagne. The P2 2003 by Dm Pérignon is the fruit of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay this champagne is rich and explosive, ideal for celebrating a special occasion.

    Tasting notes

    The nose reveals hints of lime and white flowers that evolve from aromas of dried fruit to white pepper and rosemary , with dark undertones of spices and licorice . In the mouth the Dom Pérignon P2 2003 is creamy with an excellent persistence and a savory and bitter finish with iodized notes . Excellent with fish, oysters and caviar menus.

    Processing

    2003 was a very critical year as the hot summer imposed an early harvest. Despite this challenge, the company managed to give us an exceptional Champagne. After harvesting, the grapes are taken to the cellar where they undergo an oxidation process in order to make the tannin structure lighter. After almost fifteen years of slow transformation, Dom Pérignon's P2 2003 is ready to give you unforgettable emotions.


    The cellar

    Synonymous with luxury , prestige and elegance , a name that needs no introduction. The first Dom Pérignon was produced by Moët & Chandon in 1936. From the very beginning the winery's ideal was to produce champagne with a unique style, with an undermining character and a perfect balance produced following principles that respected the terroirs and the seasons. Even today, Dom Pérignon is produced in the historic Benedictine abbey of Hautvillers.