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Dom Perignon Champagne

Champagne Dom Perignon : The Effervescent Elixir of a Legendary House. Dom Perignon owes its name to the famous monk and cellar master of the Abbey of Hautvillers in 1668, Pierre Perignon (also known...Read More

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Dom Pérignon : Vintage 2008
Rare wines
$2,733.00 Incl. GST & DP
$455.50 / Unit
RP
96+
JR
18.5+
WS
96
Dom Pérignon : Vintage 2012
Rare wines
$330.00 Incl. GST & DP
$330.00 / Unit
Dom Pérignon : Vintage Edition Limitée Lady Gaga 2010
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$411.00 Incl. GST & DP
$411.00 / Unit
RP
95
JR
19.5
JS
98
Dom Pérignon : Plénitude P2 2002
Rare wines
$701.00 Incl. GST & DP
$701.00 / Unit
RP
94
JR
18
WS
96
Dom Pérignon : Plénitude P2 2003
Rare wines
$625.00 Incl. GST & DP
$625.00 / Unit
RP
96+
JR
19.5
WS
96
Dom Pérignon : Vintage Limited EditionLegacy 2008
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$518.00 Incl. GST & DP
$518.00 / Unit
RP
95
Dom Pérignon : Plénitude P2 2000
Rare wines
$839.00 Incl. GST & DP
$839.00 / Unit
RP
92
JR
18.5
WS
96
Dom Pérignon : Vintage 2010
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$361.00 Incl. GST & DP
$361.00 / Unit
JR
17
WS
97
Dom Pérignon : Rosé Vintage 2008
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$550.00 Incl. GST & DP
$550.00 / Unit
Dom Pérignon : Plénitude P2 2004
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$606.00 Incl. GST & DP
$606.00 / Unit
RP
93
JR
18.5
WS
96
Dom Pérignon : Vintage 2009
Rare wines
$936.00 Incl. GST & DP
$936.00 / Unit
RP
96
Dom Pérignon : Rosé Vintage Coffret Gold 2000
$63,036.00 Incl. GST & DP
$63,036.00 / Unit
RP
96
JR
17.5
JS
96
Dom Pérignon : Plénitude P2 Rosé 1996
Rare wines
$2,354.00 Incl. GST & DP
$2,354.00 / Unit

Magnum Dom Pérignon

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Dom Pérignon Box Sets

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Dom Pérignon Rosé

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Dom Perignon | The Best Vintages of Champagne Locked Inside a Bottle

Perhaps no single label elicits a stronger emotional reaction from lovers of fine Champagne than that of Dom Perignon, the world-renowned prestige cuvee of the Moet & Chandon Champagne House. Since its very first release back in 1921, Dom Perignon has stood out as an elite wine and has remained the unwavering symbol of luxury, class and flawless quality in Champagne. A vintage champagne by nature, "Dom" is made exclusively in the strongest years and from only the best grapes harvested only in the same year. 

 

Dom Pérignon : The Crown Jewel of Moet & Chandon

In the 17th century, a wine-loving Benedictine monk named Dom Pierre P√©rignon became the cellarer of the Abbey of Saint Pierre d'Hautvillers, a place in northern France which has since earned a reputation as being the birthplace of Champagne. Passionately dedicated to his work, he spent 47 years seeking to master the art of winemaking. According to legend it was Dom P√©rignon who introduced several of the ideas that are today at the core of the Champenoise method: blending grapes from different vineyards, pressing them separately and producing white wine from red grapes. It wasn't long before his signature cuvees sparkled at the service of Louis XIV's royal court. Because of the close relationship between Dom Perignon's abbey and the festive, exuberant French king, the Champagnes of "Dom" are still closely associated with celebration, joyful spirit and happiness today.

 

Champagne Dom Pérignon
© Michael Kenna - Dom Pérignon

 

The priceless brand Dom Perignon, bearing the name of the Champagne region's most legendary figure, was registered by Eugene Mercier of Mercier Champagne, and then sold to the Moet & Chandon Champagne House. It was first applied to the prestige cuvee of vintage 1921, from which only 1,200 bottles were released in 1936. The 1921 vintage is remembered in Champagne as one of the best in history, a great start to what would be an illustrious career for this remarkable cuvee. Today Moet & Chandon, together with Dom P√©rignon, have been acquired by the LVMH group.

 

What Defines Dom P√©rignon 

But what sets the cuvees of Dom Perignon apart from those of other prestigious Houses in the region in terms of quality? Other than just being named after the region's most legendary character, there are several aspects of both viticulture and winemaking at Dom Perignon that defines the signature style and values of the House. First of all, despite being perhaps the most prestigious of Champagne cuvees, Dom Perignon is not (and cannot) officially be classified Grand Cru. Why? Although many of the grapes with which the wine is made come from Grand Cru vineyards, the final Dom Perignon blend always includes grapes from the original plot in Abbey of Hautvillers. The latter is classified as Premier Cru. The blend is made of a core group of vineyards from 9 villages: Chouilly, Cramant, Avize and Le Mesnil-sur-Oger for Chardonnay, and A√Ņ, Bouzy, Mailly, Verzenay and Hautvillers for Pinot Noir. And while most grapes in Champagne are harvested quite early, at Dom Perignon they are left to ripen slowly to reach the complexity of content required by the cellar.

 

Champagne Dom Pérignon
© Mi-Hyun Kim - Dom Pérignon

 

Dom P√©rignon produces exclusively vintage champagne, each of which showcases the unique characteristics of a single growing season in Champagne. Richard Geoffrey ‚Äď chef de cave (cellar master) at the House since 1990 and responsible for 15 vintage cuvees - limits his blends to only those vintages that will age more than 20 years. As a general rule, he produces a maximum of 6 vintages per decade. After its elaboration, the wine spends 7 years ageing in bottle before it is first released. But Dom Perignon also does three releases of each vintage - the first after around 9 years of being set apart and ageing, the second (labelled P2) after 12-15 years and the third (P3) after 25. The P on the label stands for Plenitude, a style that results from allowing the wine to age slowly in contact with lees. Geoffrey monitors closely this gradual maturation process of the wines, careful with choosing the exact right moment to disgorge and release the cuvee to the public. It is during these moments that the wines are believed to "sing higher and stronger." The new millennium saw great success at Dom Perignon, with an unprecedented release of 5 vintages in a row between 2002 and 2006. 

 

Champagne Dom Pérignon
© Dom Pérignon

 

In early 2019 Geoffrey officially handed the reins of Dom Perignon over to his assistant winemaker Vincent Chaperon, who has been at Moet & Chandon since 1990. Chaperon spent 13 harvests working alongside Geoffrey and they have produced four spectacular vintages together.

 

The White and Rosé Champagnes of Dom Pérignon

The typical blend of Dom Perignon always contains both Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, though the exact proportion will depend on the characteristics of the vintage. Unlike many other champagnes, Dom P√©rignon never contains Pinot Meunier, the third grape variety approved in the Champagne region. In 1961, for example, the two leading varieties of the region were equally featured in a 50-50 blend. In 1959, the Champagne House started to produce a single-vintage ros√©, which serves as a tribute to the Pinot Noir grape and is Pinot Noir based. The Dom P√©rignon Ros√© is often more expensive and even more sought after than the standard cuvee from the same vintage. 

 

Champagne Dom Pérignon
© Dom Pérignon

 

The white champagnes of Dom Perignon tend to reveal beautiful aromas of almond and cocoa on the nose, followed by a burst of white fruit and dried white flowers. At the end, this champagne reveals its maturity through the elegant toasted notes and a hint of spice rounding out the finish. The P2 editions of Dom Perignon tend to be even fuller and more intense on the nose, releasing fragrances of honeysuckle, oranges and toasted almonds. Depending on the vintage, the finish reveals plenty of energy and verve, along with a smoky touch. Finally, the P3 Dom Perignon Brut is still bigger, more voluminous and powerful, with a richness of fruit that almost masks its effervescence. Even through decades of age, a Dom Perignon P3 champagne maintains an impeccable natural ‚Äúbouncy‚ÄĚ freshness, which balances its big, bold body beautifully.

The Dom Perignon Vintage Rosé cuvée is a very special rosé champagne, with a captivating aromatic bouquet of ripe fruit, like figs, roasted apricots and confit orange, along with a smoky touch. On the palate, this rosé champagne shows off a great intensity as well as a succulent, crunchy, juicy texture. A vinous champagne full of energy, the Dom Perignon Rosé offers a saline, iodised finish. This wine will stand up perfectly to dishes with a rich, unctuous texture, such as the classics of Italian, Spanish and French cuisine.

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