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Dom Pérignon P2 Plénitude Vintage 2003

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With its remarkable ease and generosity, the 2003 winemaking year stands out in the history of Dom Pérignon. The year unfolded in a virtually ideal scenario. Each season segued to the next with ease and fluidity, devoid of disturbances or excess. A rather cool August was followed by a few weeks of dry heat that made the vintage. The harvest began on September 24th, providing grapes that were superbly ripe.

After the syncopated rhythms of 2003, Vintage 2003 Plénitude 2 appears evident, a year of renaissance and calm. The wine balances on the edge with immediacy and surprise, evolving between tension and weightlessness.


The 2003 fruit remains discreet, yet more clearly defined in this second plenitude of the Vintage. 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. Plénitude 2, 2003, has notes of Cocoa, mocha, roasted nuts, brioche and honey. The wine balances on the edge with immediacy and surprise, evolving between tension and weightlessness. It has an extreme, tactile precision, deep and sculptural. The sensations come together in a persistent and elegant finish, underlined by sappy, licorice notes.

Dom Pérignon Vintage 2003 Plénitude 2 offers attractive pairing possibilities, diving into concepts, ingredients, styles, to explore different recipes. The wine is vibrant, a trait that can be revealed by lobster, molé verde and cardamom. The combination of veal, dashi broth and spirulina will bring out the paradoxical facet of the wine while pigeon, pistachio and kalamanci baklava will highlight its light. 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.


Champagne is a living being; it evolves over time. In addition to storage conditions, which have a direct impact on the quality of the wine and how it develops, the blends (vintage) it contains, as well as the shape of the bottle also determine how the champagne develops as time goes by. The cellaring time for vintage champagnes is longer. They may be opened between 7 and 10 years after purchase, or even later than that. There is no benefit in keeping champagne longer than the recommended time. All the bottles of champagne that we sell have been aged in our cellars and they can be opened as soon as they are purchased. Keeping bottles longer may bring about changes in taste (more pronounced), colour (darker) and effervescence (less). In addition, the cuvées will probably develop into a style that is different from the one our oenologists wanted to convey. 

Dom Pérignon P2 Plénitude Vintage 2003
Dom Pérignon P2 Plénitude Vintage 2003 Sale price$561.99