Dom Pérignon P1 2000 prom­ises to spice up any spe­cial oc­ca­sion

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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.

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