2002 Dom Perignon, P2 (3 x Bottle)

France Champagne

Classic bouquet of yellow fruits and warm toasty notes. A relatively nuanced and delicate vintage, it has great persistence and abundant charm.

£345.00 Bottle
£700.00 per case (3 x Bottle)

2002 Dom Perignon, P2 (3 x Bottle)

Classic bouquet of yellow fruits and warm toasty notes. A relatively nuanced and delicate vintage, it has great persistence and abundant charm.

France Champagne
Producer Dom Perignon
Region Champagne
Country France
Vintage 2002
Colour White

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Vinous

The 2002 Dom Pérignon P2 is simply stunning. Interestingly, it is also less flamboyant than the original release, although it has all the weight, richness and breadth that wine has always shown. The 2002 will not be released for another two years. Even so, it is super-expressive and alluring even at this very early stage.

97+ Points / Drinking 2020 - 2032

By Antonio Galloni / July 2017

Vinous

The 2002 Dom Pérignon P2 is surprisingly, almost shockingly, austere and tightly wound. That almost surely bodes well for the future. Today, though, the 2002 is very hard to taste. Stylistically, it is also much less available than the original release. Readers lucky enough to own the 2002 should plan on being patient.

97+ Points / Drinking 2022 - 2042

By Antonio Galloni / July 2018

Vinous

The 2002 Dom Pérignon P2 is wonderfully open in its aromatics, but a bit less giving on the palate, especially next to the regular release. Lemon confit, white flowers, mint and white pepper open up first, followed by hints of apricot, honey, chamomile and light tropical notes. Interestingly, the P2 is quite a bit less tropical than the original release. Chef de Caves Vincent Chaperon told me he thinks the original release shows more of a buttery character because of the combination of the ripeness of the vintage and the natural evolution of the wine post-disgorgement under crown seal, as opposed to the P2 which stayed much longer on its lees. It is hard to know if that is an exact explanation, but the reality is that the two 2002s are quite far apart stylistically.

97+ Points / Drinking 2019 - 2032

By Antonio Galloni / July 2019

Robert Parker Wine Advocate

The 2002 Dom Pérignon P2 is still a youthful wine, but it is beginning to develop appreciable complexity, wafting from the glass with notes of of iodine, warm bread, ripe orchard fruit, peach, citrus oil, smoke and peat, which in Geoffroy’s words “are on the verge of aromatic over-ripeness.” On the palate, the wine is medium to full-bodied, broad and fleshy, with a textural, voluminous profile, pinpoint bubbles and a chalky, phenolic finish. This is a ripe and powerful Dom Pérignon that finds its closest stylistic analogy in the 1990 vintage, and it is considerably less evolved than the more tertiary 2000 P2 today. While the P2 is a bit drier and more precise on the finish than the original release, given the wine’s slow evolution the difference between the two is less pronounced than it has been for any vintage since 1996.

96 Points / Drinking 2018 - 2036

By William Kelley / March 2019