Dom Perignon P2 Plenitude 2000 (OCC 6)
Price: $3400 / bottle
|Minimum order:||6 bottles|
By Wine Spectator in 2017 (WS97)
A beautiful nose of baked peach, lime blossom and graphite draws you into the glass of this stunning 2000, whose flavors of brioche, salted almond and spun honey are wrapped around sleek, mouthwatering acidity and a streak of smoke-tinged mineral. This deftly meshed Champagne is hard to stop sipping. Drink now through 2030. *Collectibles*
By James Suckling in 2017 (JS97)
A Champagne that has turned to a very fine texture with dried pineapple and lemon character. Medium to full body, complex and flavorful palate. Shows length and beauty. Pie crust, cooked apple and lemon rind continue on the finish. A truly great 2000 with a combination of finesse and strength. It’s very, very minerally to a point of sea salt. It was disgorged in first half of 2016. Drink or hold.
By Vinous in 2018 (AG96)
The 2000 Dom Pérignon P2 is decidedly exuberant. Ripe apricot, orange peel, pastry, baked apple, butter and vanillin all flesh out in this beautifully resonant, toasty edition of the P2. Soft curves and voluptuous fruit add to the wine’s immediacy and sheer appeal. The 2000 is not hugely complex or layered, but it has plenty of palate presence and overall intensity. The 2000 P2 is a terrific choice for readers who enjoy Champagnes that show the more advanced aromas, flavors and textures that develop in bottle. Tasted two times with consistent notes.
By Wine & Spirits in 2017 (W&S96)
P2 marks the second release of this vintage, disgorged at a moment when chef de cave Richard Geoffroy finds it reaching a second peak of expression. He chose a pretty great moment. This 2000 transcends the richness of the vintage to combine that lusciousness with freshness. The riches come across in notes of brown butter, hazelnut and dried shiitake mushrooms. The freshness layers those flavors with an acidity that tastes like crystallized ginger, adding crunch to the depths of flavor, driving complexity that ghosts from taste to memory. It’s rare to write ‘yummy’ and ‘regal’ in the same tasting note but this is both.