Moët & Chandon

Dom Pérignon P2 Brut Champagne Blend (Formerly Oenothèque)

9.5605 ratings
9.5234 pro ratings
Champagne, France
Champagne Blend
Top Notes For
Gary Westby

Champagne & Sherry buyer K&L Wines

10

Disgorged in 2005. Many consider '76 a turning point of a vintage. This was the last harvest in Champagne before the new clones came online in force, and a preview of early harvest conditions to come. This bottle was light gold, very Burgundian- nearly Batard like in weight and intensity, but still vivacious and mineral on the long finish. Wow!

Disgorged in 2005. Many consider '76 a turning point of a vintage. This was the last harvest in Champagne before the new clones came online in force, and a preview of early harvest conditions to come. This bottle was light gold, very Burgundian- nearly Batard like in weight and intensity, but still vivacious and mineral on the long finish. Wow!

10 people found it helpfulMar 4th, 2014
Gary Westby

Champagne & Sherry buyer K&L Wines

10

My wine of the morning! Effortlessly integrated, spectacularly complex and yet still lively, fresh and easy. It takes the strong yeast taste of DP a long time to integrate, but when it does in a magnum like this- Wow! At The Relais & Chateau vertical of Dom Perignon with chef de cave Richard Geoffroy. Now called "P3" instead of Oenotheque.

My wine of the morning! Effortlessly integrated, spectacularly complex and yet still lively, fresh and easy. It takes the strong yeast taste of DP a long time to integrate, but when it does in a magnum like this- Wow! At The Relais & Chateau vertical of Dom Perignon with chef de cave Richard Geoffroy. Now called "P3" instead of Oenotheque.

2 people found it helpfulMar 8th, 2015
Alexis Davis Iaconis

Hospitality Director Copain Wines

10

Simply the best wine made by Dom- layered, deep mineralogy and complexity of fresh citrus, stone fruits and some lovely tropical notes. Long life ahead and one of the best 96's tasted.

Simply the best wine made by Dom- layered, deep mineralogy and complexity of fresh citrus, stone fruits and some lovely tropical notes. Long life ahead and one of the best 96's tasted.

2 people found it helpfulDec 15th, 2014
Alan Mather

Disgorged 2002. Very soft, light mousse. Deep yellow/gold. Stewed apples on the nose, same on palate. Tarter than I'd imagined. Very good length.

Disgorged 2002. Very soft, light mousse. Deep yellow/gold. Stewed apples on the nose, same on palate. Tarter than I'd imagined. Very good length.

2 people found it helpfulMar 29th, 2013
Andrew Holloway

Clubbin

Clubbin

Jun 18th, 2017
Mike Steffel

Just a little tired, but still a treat.

Just a little tired, but still a treat.

Dec 17th, 2016
William Hughes

Near perfection! Brioche, lemon, and minerals. The acidity is well integrated and leaves a pleasant pucker and a long finish.

Near perfection! Brioche, lemon, and minerals. The acidity is well integrated and leaves a pleasant pucker and a long finish.

Oct 18th, 2016
Adam Jesberger

Fantastic

Fantastic

Oct 16th, 2016
Bethany D'Meza

Wine was muted.... just didn't show much at all. Came after the Selosse.

Wine was muted.... just didn't show much at all. Came after the Selosse.

Sep 5th, 2016
Kevin Sidders

President VinConnect

9.5

Stunning minerality and class. Delicious!

Stunning minerality and class. Delicious!

Jul 22nd, 2016