Dom Pérignon P1 2000 promises to spice up any special occasion
The renowned champagne house has revealed a new take on its 2000 vintage, which was first debuted in 2008. With 17 years in the making, Dom Pérignon P1 2000, a champagne bottled from the second plénitude, promises to be creamier and has more iodine. It has a lower dosage than its predecessor, with 4 grams of sugar per liter.
Everything is amplified in Dom Pérignon P1 2000, including the price tag, of course. On the nose, hints of coffee, nuts a cream surface. Take a sip and you will embark on an incredibly tactile journey, with the champagne coating the tongue like mousse. The delicate blend of salt, cheese and a slight smokiness eventually evolves into a lingering citrusy aftertaste, leaving a comfortable chalkiness on the tongue.