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Dom Pérignon Champagne P2 1998 Bottle 75cL

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Dom Pérignon P2 Vintage 1998

Gift box with bottle - 75 cL

Free nominated day delivery on orders above 155€

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  • Product Details

    Dom Pérignon champagnes evolve through a series of plénitudes – points at which they reach full expression. The 1998 vintage has reached its second plénitude, revealing a broader flavour profile. P2 Blanc 1998 has been matured for 16 years, meaning the characteristic dark, mineral, spiced singularity of Dom Pérignon is clearer than ever. This is a remarkably complex and intense vintage.
  • How to enjoy

    • Service temperature - 10-12ºC
    • When to drink - Drink now through 2030+
    • 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 % Vol.
  • Blend and Origin

    Dom Pérignon P2 Blanc 1998

    An equal blend of pinot noir and chardonnay, this vintage reflects a hot August, and exceptional rainfall in the first half of September. The vintage prevailed, and the grapes were at peak maturity when they went to press. After the vintage’s first release in 2005, it spent an extra nine years on its lees in the cellar, to reveal a new plénitude.


Food pairing:
Go East for flavours that balance this champagne’s smokiness

Starter

Start with langoustines on a bed of shredded papaya salad marinated in lime juice.

Main

White meat such as guinea fowl in a red Thai curry will complement this vintage.

Dessert

Try a sorbet made with osmanthus, a peach-flavoured flower native to eastern Asia.

Food pairing:
Go East for flavours that balance this champagne’s smokiness

Starter

Start with langoustines on a bed of shredded papaya salad marinated in lime juice.

Main

White meat such as guinea fowl in a red Thai curry will complement this vintage.

Dessert

Try a sorbet made with osmanthus, a peach-flavoured flower native to eastern Asia.