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Dom Pérignon Vintage 2013 Bottle (0.75L) | Naked Bottle265,00 €
Dom Pérignon Vintage 2013 Bottle (0.75L) | Box285,00 €
Dom Pérignon Vintage Rosé 2009 Bottle (0.75L) | Naked Bottle430,00 €
Dom Pérignon Vintage Rosé 2009 Bottle (0.75L) | Box450,00 €
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Dom Pérignon Rosé Vintage 2008 Magnum (1.5L) | Box1.320,00 €
Dom Pérignon, an absolute commitment to vintages
Dom Pérignon is driven by an unwavering commitment: each vintage reflects the uniqueness of its year.
With each vintage, Dom Pérignon relentlessly pursues its quest for a profound aesthetic ideal: to create and reveal the harmony of a constantly evolving nature.
A creative ideal which, for Dom Pérignon, admits of no concessions: if the result is not exceptional, the House will dare not declare a vintage.
Vincent Chaperon, Cellar Master
In 2019, after thirteen years of apprenticeship with his predecessor, Richard Geoffroy, Vincent Chaperon became Chef de Cave Dom Pérignon.
Dom Pérignon’s vision of harmony as a source of emotion is Vincent’s raison d’être. This vision gives meaning to his creative ambition and guides him in the missions entrusted to him: each year, reinventing champagne to surprise and delight, finding the perfect balance between the constraints of the year and the uniqueness of Dom Pérignon.
He draws his inspiration from the House’s origins, perpetuating Dom Pérignon’s aesthetic ideal and cultivating its creative heritage, infusing it with his expertise and sensitivity.
Dom Pierre Pérignon, the founding myth
In 1668, the young Benedictine monk Dom Pierre Pérignon was appointed procurator of Hautvillers Abbey in the Champagne region.
Having succeeded in transforming wine into champagne, he has since come to embody the original and mystical nature of champagne creation.
Dom Pierre Pérignon’s ambition and work have never ceased to inspire the House, from its creation to the present day.
Need help or advice? Here you’ll find answers to the most frequently asked questions about Dom Pérignon Champagnes.
Champagne Dom Pérignon’s main distinguishing feature is the ancestral know-how cultivated by the House to produce wines of the highest quality. Dom Pérignon meticulously selects grapes from the finest Champagne crus, and deploys a production process of unparalleled meticulousness and finesse. This unrivalled excellence justifies Dom Pérignon’s higher price positioning compared to its Champagne peers.
Dom Pérignon wines are prestigious champagnes that are ideal for special occasions. Dom Pérignon Vintage is the House’s emblematic cuvée, an elegant wine that is sure to leave a lasting impression. The rarer Dom Pérignon Vintage Rosé will delight lovers of great rosé champagnes. Lastly, Cuvée P2, which has benefited from longer maturation, will be reserved for very special occasions for lovers of older vintages.
Dom Pérignon produces only Vintage wines, and seeks to capture the singular character of a year in each vintage. Each wine must reflect a harmonious nature in constant evolution. Dom Pérignon makes no concessions: if the result is not exceptional, the House dares not declare a Vintage. Dom Pérignon white and rosé champagnes are marketed after 8 long years of maturation in the cellar.
Dom Pérignon produces top-of-the-range wines of exceptional quality. Only the best grapes from Champagne’s great growths are used to produce these wines, which are then matured in the cellar for a minimum of 8 years, the extended maturation time required to achieve the high quality standards.
The easiest way is to choose between white or rosé champagne, according to your preferences. The Brut Vintage stands out for its elegant freshness, while the Rosé reveals a full-bodied, fruity note. Your choice will also depend on the dishes you choose to accompany it: Dom Pérignon Vintage goes wonderfully well with seafood, caviar, fish and white meats; Dom Pérignon Rosé pairs well with fine charcuterie, meats such as game or lamb, and fruity desserts with little sugar.
Ordering Champagne Dom Pérignon from Champmarket guarantees you access to a wide choice of vintages: the latest vintages, limited editions, great bottles… Champmarket works in close collaboration with Dom Pérignon, where all the vintages offered on our site come from. They are then shipped directly from the Maison Dom Pérignon or from our temperature-controlled warehouse, guaranteeing optimal bottle preservation. Finally, most Dom Pérignon champagnes are available for delivery in mainland France within 24/48 hours.
Food pairings with Dom Pérignon Champagne may vary according to each vintage and its specific characteristics. As a general rule, Dom Pérignon Vintage goes well with seafood, caviar, fish and white meats. Dom Pérignon Rosé is ideal with fine charcuterie, meats such as game or lamb, and fruity desserts with little sugar.
Dom Pérignon Brut Vintage is the House’s emblematic cuvée, an elegant, refined champagne that benefits from at least 8 years of cellar ageing. For each Dom Pérignon Vintage, a small number of bottles are kept to benefit from a longer maturation period (15 years minimum) to give the champagne time to reach a new fullness, to express a new character. This cuvée is called Plénitude 2, P2.
Tasting Dom Pérignon Champagne is a refined sensory experience. Admire the golden color and fine bubbles, taste the silky texture and discover aromas characteristic of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir (apple, ginger, tobacco, toast). Let yourself be carried away by the aromatic persistence of these exceptional wines.