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2003 "P2" Champagne Dom Pérignon

Flagge Schaumwein
Weinart: Schaumwein
Rebsorte: Pinot Noir, Chardonnay
Flagge Frankreich
Land: Frankreich
Region: Champagne
Stilistik: elegant , gereift
Ausbau: traditionelle Flaschengärung
Geschmacksrichtung: brut
Alkoholgehalt: 12,5% Vol.
Trinktemperatur: 5-7°C
Suckling 97 /100
Vinous 96 /100
Wine Spectator 96 /100
Parker 94 /100
Allergene: Sulfite,  Abfüllerinformation

594,00 €*

Inhalt: 0.75 Liter (792,00 €* / 1 Liter)

Sofort verfügbar, Lieferzeit 2-4 Tage (Ins Ausland abweichende Lieferzeiten)

Produktnummer: 5086


The 2003 Dom Pérignon P2 takes all the natural intensity of the first release and turns the dial up to eleven. Power, generosity and volume are all exalted. The P2 balances richness with a greater sense of creaminess that comes through extended time on the cork. Readers should expect a ample, heady Champagne that is very much built for the dinner table. I can't say I am especially surprised by how well the P2 shows, even in this freakishly hot, dry year, as the first release continues to be terrific. (Originally published in May 2021)

- Antonio Galloni (2021)

James Suckling

Aromas of salted lemons, green apples, olives, grilled pineapple, biscuits, saltines, white cocoa and salted caramel. So seductive, concentrated and intense. Fine and sleek. Energy. Concentrated, salty dried-fruit character. Keeps going. Transparent and fresh. The P2 treatment of extended nine-year aging on the lees in the cellar without disgorgement gave it more energy and finesse. Disgorged 2020. Drink or hold. (2022)

Wine Spectator

A supple backbone of citrusy acidity provides fine definition for this still fresh and lightly mouthwatering 2003, which is soft and creamy on the palate, offering heady aromas and flavors of marmalade, baked white peach, white truffle and coffee liqueur, underscored by minerally brine and smoke accents. This is finely detailed and well-meshed on the verbena- and spice-laced finish. Drink now through 2028.

- AN (2021)

Parker – Wine Advocate

The 2003 Dom Pérignon P2 is rich and demonstrative, wafting from the glass with aromas of stone fruits, honeycomb and buttered toast that leave more space for the wine's generous fruit tones than the more overtly yeasty original disgorgement. Full-bodied, broad and textural, it remains very youthful despite its below-average acidity, with notable precision to its ripe fruit tones and chalky structuring extract that provides, to some extent, a compensating sensation of freshness; it's actually evolving more slowly than its 2002 counterpart. Given the wine's richness, it works best with food. Chaperon relates that then-Chef de Caves Richard Geoffroy rejected any musts with a pH exceeding 3.3, the only time this metric has been used as a basis for selection for Dom Pérignon, and that the juice was allowed to oxidize before vinification. I'm looking forward to seeing the 2003 in its P3 incarnation, as I suspect that the wine will really come into its own when it develops more tertiary notes.

- William Kelley (2021)
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