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Dom Pérignon champagne symbolizes perfection and total mastery of the champagne-making process, giving it that touch of French luxury. Indeed, Dom Pérignon offers an unparalleled range of champagne bottles, recognizable by their refined style and toasted aromas. The Dom Pérignon Vintage 2013 stands out for its spicy aromas, power, and great aging potential. The Dom Pérignon Vintage 2012 is more sunny, richer, and more indulgent. The Dom Pérignon Vintage Rosé 2009 is distinguished by its sharp precision and chiseled mouthfeel.

Finally, the Plénitude range of Dom Pérignon champagne currently offers one of the house's mythical vintages: the Dom Pérignon Vintage 2004 P2, which reveals all its richness, depth, and superb freshness. In fact, each Dom Pérignon vintage is a unique creation that allows each bottle to offer its own interpretation of the seasons thanks to the high-quality grapes harvested on the Dom Pérignon estate.

Champagne Dom Pérignon: Timeless Elegance

The Three Pillars of Maison Dom Pérignon

Maison Dom Pérignon is renowned for its three iconic champagnes: the Vintage, the Rosé, and Plénitude 2. Each of these cuvées offers a unique sensory experience, testifying to the know-how and excellence of this prestigious champagne house.

Dom Pérignon Vintage: The Essence of the Vintage

The Dom Pérignon Vintage, particularly the 2013 vintage, stands out with its notes of tropical fruits such as pineapple, melon, and green mango, enhanced by a hint of orange zest. The year 2013 was cool, offering tense wines with a superb aging potential. This champagne, filled with freshness, reveals itself generous in the mouth, with a first sip that imposes itself with its intense and spicy flavor. The 2013 vintage of Dom Pérignon is an invitation to a sensory journey, promising rich and varied flavors.

Dom Pérignon Rosé: Audacity Embodied

The Dom Pérignon Rosé Vintage 2009 embodies audacity and depth. Crafted from a solar year, this champagne offers a unique palette of flavors, oscillating between spices and fruity cocoa. The smoky notes add a radiant intensity, enveloped by a balance between softness and crunchiness. The Rosé Vintage 2009 is a true gustatory adventure, perfect for lovers of bold and complex champagnes.

Plénitude 2: The Expression of Time

The Plénitude 2 cuvée marks a renewal for Maison Dom Pérignon, thanks to its fifteen years of maturation that give it a unique intensity and complexity. This cuvée puts the fruit at the heart of its expression, with touches of exoticism and sweet spices, creating a subtle balance between power and lightness. Plénitude 2 is the result of a long-term effort, offering an exceptional gustatory experience.

Winemaking at Dom Pérignon

Winemaking at Dom Pérignon is an art that combines tradition and innovation. Each vintage is a unique masterpiece, resulting from a rigorous selection of the best grapes and a meticulous winemaking process. The grapes are harvested by hand in the vineyards of the Montagne de Reims, the Côte des Blancs, and the Vallée de la Marne, each one bringing its specific characteristics to the cuvées.

The winemaking process is supervised by the cellar master, Vincent Chaperon, who succeeded Richard Geoffroy in 2019. Vincent Chaperon, with his expertise and passion, perpetuates the distinctive style of Dom Pérignon while exploring new perspectives for each vintage. His vision and commitment guarantee that every bottle of Dom Pérignon is up to the highest expectations.

The Owning Family and the Dom Pérignon Legacy

Maison Dom Pérignon is part of the Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton (LVMH) group, a luxury giant that also owns several other prestigious champagne houses. This legacy of luxury and exclusivity is deeply rooted in the philosophy of Dom Pérignon.

Prices of Dom Pérignon Champagnes

Dom Pérignon champagnes are renowned for their exceptional quality, which is reflected in their prices. The Vintage Dom Pérignon usually starts around 230 euros per bottle, while the Rosé can reach higher prices, often between 400 and 500 euros. The Plénitude 2 cuvée, due to its long maturation and unique character, is in a higher price range, which can go from 400 to over 1,000 euros depending on the vintage and the edition.

For collectors and lovers of rare champagnes, Dom Pérignon also offers limited editions and exclusive collaborations with world-renowned artists and designers, such as Lady Gaga or Lenny Kravitz, adding an artistic and cultural dimension to each bottle.

Dom Pérignon Champagnes: good to know

🔢 Available products count 6
🎨 ColourWhite champagneRosé champagne
🍾 FormatBottleMagnum
↕️ DosageChampagne brut
🍇 CépagePinot noirChardonnay
📍 TerroirsMontagne de reimsCote des blancs
⭐ VintageVintage 2004Annata 2013Vintage 2009Vintage 2012
📦 PackagingChampagne in a gift box