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Dom Pérignon P2 2004

Dom Pérignon P2 2004

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All Dom Pérignon is aged for at least eight years before release. But each year, a tiny amount of wine is held back for even longer ageing. This additional time spent in the cellars yields a complex, deep and concentrated champagne called Plénitude 2, the second life of Dom Pérignon. This second release of the 2004 vintage is similar in character and structure to the first, which was released in 2013, but is magnified in almost every respect. It's wider, deeper, longer and more intense.


Service temperature - 10-12°C
Storage advice - Store horizontally in a cool (10-15°C), dark place, and away from vibrations
Closure - Cork
Health warning - Contains sulphites
Alcohol by volume - 12.5%
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Elevated with Time

Aroma: Citrusy notes of pink grapefruit and blood oranges gently cede to figs. The additional time on the lees elevates the minerality of the vintage with the sublime maturity that is Dom Pérignon’s signature. Cocoa, mocha, roasted nuts, brioche and honey.

Taste: The vibrant opening strikes the first chord, a prelude to a complexity that is more tactile than plump, and only gives of itself gradually. The distinguished viscosity is understated and simply fits around the contours of the wine. The length is exquisitely bitter and abounds with sap, a mingling of liquorice and toasted malt.


The wine is vibrant, a trait that can be revealed by lobster, molé verde and cardamom. The wine is tactile: a green tomato sorbet will magnify its silky, creamy character. The wine exhibits a balanced tension: a facet that can be explored thanks to roasted pineapple, candied citrus peel and aniseed.


Épernay, Champagne, France. Dom Pérignon vintages are produced using the best grapes on the estate. Each one is a unique creation with a style and an identity which are unique to its vintage: it is down to the Chef de Cave to decide if the vintage will be declared. “If the fruit we have harvested doesn’t satisfy the Dom Pérignon Champagne criteria, there will not be a vintage that year.” explains Richard Geoffroy.