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Dom Perignon – P2

Dom Perignon is recognized as one of the best creators and producers of vintage wines in the Champagne region.

Harvesting of grapes is usually delayed to catch up with a good weather condition. When harvest started on September 21, grapes were fully ripe and totally healthy.

Dom Perignon – P2
Dom Perignon – P2

After an accurate harvesting and winemaking process, Dom Perignon’s P2 wine showed an intense, full and bright aroma with honeysuckle, orange colored fruits and toasted almonds notes.

The creamy mouth balanced with hints of iodine sensations and smoky, biting and energetic finish provides more harmony.

Information about P2

Brand name: Dom Perignon P2
Wine name: P2
Country: France
Region: Champagne
Website: Dom Perignon

Tasting Notes

Aroma: Intense, full and radiant
Aroma hints: Iodine sensations
Flavour: Creamy character
Flavour finish: Honeysuckle, orange colored fruits, toasted almonds
Food pairing: Langoustine, papaya and Caviar Tartare, Guineafowl with ginger red curry, Chilean seabass oyster sauce and Osmanthus sorbet
Bottle size: 75 cl
Data Sheet: PDF (Backup)

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Michael Bredahl

Michael Bredahl

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