Vintage 2002 P2
Dom Perignon champagnes are usually allowed about eight years of aging on the lees, some of the bottles may stay in cellar even longer. After thirteen to fifteen years, the champagne goes through a second phase of ultimate ripeness, or plenitude, which gives it a lot of intensity, energy and complexity. A special champagne at its second peak, you could say.
This champagne has a gold color, and has a rich and lively flavor: hay, tropical fruit, citrus, stone fruit and some brioche and toast. Powerful, elegant and refined.
- style: rich and complex
- 51% chardonnay 49% pinot noir
- cellar aging sur lattes: close to 15 years
- alc. 12%