DOM PERIGNON BRUT LUMINOUS 2010 CHAMPAGNE
Dom Pérignon creates only Vintage Champagnes, made from the best grapes selected in a single vintage.
It never stops reinventing itself, to always interpret the exclusive character of each season to the fullest. He refuses to compromise, forgoing the creation of Millesimato when the vintage is not up to par.
After elaboration for at least eight years, the wine achieves perfect balance, the finest promise of the Maison. This is Dom Pérignon Vintage, the Plénitude of Harmony.
AN EXPLOSIVE HARMONY
For Dom Pérignon, assemblage is the great appointment of elaboration with champagne. The creative gesture that, starting from the vineyard, through a search for intuition and creation, draws on contrasts and paradoxes, contrapositions and complementarities, and thus reveals its personal truth for each vintage.
It is an assemblage that invites unexpected inner dialogue. Today it stands out for sharing Dom Pérignon Vintage 2012 and its explosive harmony.
The unpredictability of the 2012 seasons, their authority and generosity, composed a singular olfactory landscape of extraordinary variety. An unparalleled richness and diversity of fruit: in 2010, every grape variety, every region, every village, every plot of land reached the peak of its potential, resulting in a vintage that combines all polarities.
In a combination of intensity, restrained tension and extreme contrasts, the assemblage of Dom Pérignon Vintage 2012 reveals a singular structure, vibrant to the rhythm of a controlled energy, channeled by the acidic and bitter notes, that bursts and shines. Explosive harmony.
The nose is complete and voluble, a weaving of flowers and fruits, followed by the combination of vegetable and mineral notes. The bouquet is tactile, an unobtrusive invitation to follow the powdery trail of white flowers, edged by the sweetness of apricot and mirabella, then landing on the freshness of rhubarb and mint to the minerality of ash. White pepper.
It is energy that dominates the palate. After a pleasant opening, the wine quickly becomes vibrant and then literally explodes. Effervescence is rampant, the sensation is tonic. The finish, which converges on sour and bitter notes, narrows and becomes penetrating, leaving its mark, marked by ginger, tobacco and roasted aromas.