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Dom Pérignon P3 Plénitude 1993

Champagne - Brut - Premier Cru - Dom Pérignon

An exceptional bottle for special occasions by Dom Pérignon.

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Dom Pérignon

Dom Pérignon

An exceptional Champagne that needs no introduction, inviting to a space-time journey that Réserve each time a new gustatory surprise, such is the characteristic of the House Dom Pérignon. 

The first Champagne of prestige to be marketed in 1936, it owes its name to the Benedictine monk Pierre Pérignon who officiated as cellarer at the Abbey of Hautvilliers in the seventeenth century, and who is none other than the precursor of the famous Champagne method. 

Today, Dom Pérignon is one of the most famous names of the Champagne, synonymous with perfection and refinement, which has the particularity is to be a Champagne exclusively Millésimé, made in years considered exceptional for the region. 

The vintage chosen when it was first released was the splendid 1921, and in total, 41 years have been marketed since.

What is the history of the House Dom Pérignon?

Below the famous coat of arms label is a man, the Benedictine monk of Hautvilliers Abbey Pierre Pérignon (1638-1715), known as Dom Pérignon. Having been put in charge of the vineyard of the Abbey in question, he had set himself the goal of producing the best wine possible. As a self-taught winemaker, he was at the origin of the particular art of blending different vintages and grape varieties, thanks to his assertive sensitivity and his certain talent as a taster. 

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Description Dom Pérignon P3 Plénitude 1993.

Dom Pérignon is exclusively a Champagne Millésimé, reinventing itself every year. But Dom Pérignon is also 3 different times of development, 3 different stages of aging that reveal the cuvée's own characteristics without ever denying its personality. First, there is the first fullness, that of energy, which reveals itself after a minimum of seven years of maturation on the lees. These are the Vintage cuvées. The second fullness, called P2, is the time of intensity, after a minimum of twelve years maturation on lees, the wine's aromatic palette is magnified. The third fullness, named P3, comes after at least 20 years of ageing, and is that of complexity and depth.

The blend (Secret) varies for each cuvée depending on the vintage, but remains close to an equal split between Chardonnay and Pinot Noir (with a very small majority of Chardonnay). The grapes come from Grands Crus such as Aÿ, Bouzy, Verzenay, Mailly, Chouilly, Cramant, Avize, Mesnil sur Oger .. and a Premier Cru, Hautvillers, the famous village where lived Dom Pérignon, a monk from the local abbey, remarkable oenologist for his work at the time.

This 1993 Champagne Millésimé is here a P3 version, of 3éme plénitude. 1993 is an early vintage. Early budburst and a warm, stormy spring enabled full flowering in the first half of June. The summer, although average in temperature, was remarkable for its sunshine and dryness right up to the start of the harvest, resulting in an exceptional vintage.

The nose is characterized by dry herbs, candied grapefruit and Secs fruits. The palate is both precise and creamy, even voluptuous, with mango, roasted cocoa and cinnamon. The finish stretches out with finesse, just tightened by a hint of serenity. This cuvée Dom Pérignon Plénitude P3 1993 is ideal for Ibérico ham or even Jabugo, or even lobster à la nage.