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    346
  • Producer ranking ?

    18
  • Decanting time

    No
  • When to drink

    Now
  • Food Pairing

    Seafood, Salads & Consommes

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The Story

In 2014, Dom Perignon announced that it would be changing the name of its late-release Oenothèque series into a “P2” and “P3” offerings, referring to the second and third “plenitudes” of development in the evolution of a Champagne.

P3 offerings are fully matured, recently disgorged Champagnes that have been stored in the cellars where they were originally made.

The maturation of Dom Pérignon occurs not in a simple linear trajectory, but in successive leaps into new expression, each of which are called Plénitudes. In the long journey of elaboration, the wine goes through this metamorphosis, a transformation. Each Plénitude contributes to Dom Pérignon’s singularity. In the darkness of the cellars, from one plénitude to the next, Dom Pérignon will grow and blossom, transmuting time into energy. 
 

There are three plenitudes in the life of a given vintage: the first window or plenitude is around 6-8 after the vintage. This is when Dom Pérignon Vintage is released.

The second plenitude, or P2, arrives between 12-15 years after vintage, and is about when the energy reaches its climax; showing intensity and vibrancy in high-definition.

 

The third plenitude, P3, comes after around 30 years, when the Champagne has spent more than 20 years on its lees. This is a stage in which maximum complexity is sought, very concentrated, with the most wisdom but with less energy.

 

“Dom Pérignon wines follow the rhythm of three plénitudes: the first after seven years maturing on their lees; the second between eleven and twenty years; and the third beyond twenty. In the darkness of our cellars, from one plénitude to the next, Dom Pérignon will grow and blossom, transmuting time into energy….The lineage of all the vintages in their third plénitude represents the living memory of Dom Pérignon, transmitting this heritage through generations of Chefs de Cave.” -Winemaker’s Notes.

 

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Latest Pro-tasting notes

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Tasting note

color

Deep, Gold and Healthy

ending

Medium, Extensive and Flavorful

nose

Mature, Opulent and Seductive

taste

Balanced, Good texture, Mature, Medium-bodied, Harmonious, Elegant, Vivid and Silky tannins

Verdict

Well-rounded and Sophisticated

Written Notes

For a long time little neutral and weak in scent. Extremely dense and focused in the mouth. Long and intense. Since about a year ago, magical with an incredible floral uplifting soaring elegance. Nice bright fruit and heavenly.’ RJ 97(97)

  • 97p
Good looking magnum size bottle, in an perfect condition and has by the neck level. Colour is gold, and looking healthy, bright and deep. On the nose it is wide, mature, opulent and seductive. The taste is harmonious, elegant, vivid, with silky tannins, medium-bodied, with good texture, balanced structure and mature. The finish is medium long, extensive and flavorful. This wine is sophisticated,wonderful and excellent. Perfectly stored bottles are still very worthy and will last well for another 10-15 years and decant at least 5min before tasting. Good value for money.
- (Tasting note created by Tb's AI)
  • 96p

Another stunning Champagne, the 1975 Dom Pérignon Œnothèque (Disgorged 2007) remains one of the greatest wines I have ever tasted from Dom Pérignon. This bottle is truly spectacular from the very first taste. With its expansive, soaring aromatics and bright, finely sculpted fruit, the 1975 simply has it all. Even after several hours of air, the 1975 remains breathtakingly vivid. The 1975 Œnothèque embodies the classic style of late-release Dom Pérignon in its penetrating reductive notes.

  • 98p
En årgång som länge var skrämmande neutral och svag i aromerna. Numer perfektion i sin stil med valnötstonen kvar, kafferostat och den essenslika karamelltonen som avslut. Jag tänker bara på hur det kan se ut i en framtid då vi kan få njuta av en normallanserad flaska, en œnothèque och en P3:a från samma årgång!
  • 97p
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Origin

Reims, Champagne

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