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Dom PĂ©rignon Vintage 2008

A Champagne Miracle

The 2008 Vin­tage is marked by the unex­pect­ed­ly boun­ti­ful har­vest it comes from. The grapes used for this bot­tle pro­duce a tru­ly out­stand­ing bal­ance — from an already mas­ter­ful Cham­pagne house.


This vin­tage Cham­pagne from Dom PĂ©rignon releas­es a beau­ti­ful three-part aro­ma. At first, it is gen­tly flo­ral — scent­ed with white flow­ers, cit­rus, and stone fruit. This is soon joined by the refresh­ing tones of aniseed and mint. The end notes are a blend­ed woodsy scent and spice rem­i­nis­cent of over­cast skies. The wine pos­sess­es com­plex fla­vor notes, the dis­tinct min­er­al tones expressed with extra warmth and a remark­ably well-inte­grat­ed acid­i­ty. All through­out, it remains gen­tle on the tongue, smoky and aro­mat­ic with promise.


This par­tic­u­lar vin­tage pairs well with spices. Whether sipped along­side well-charred meats or del­i­cate raw fish dish­es, this Cham­pagne will delight in its effer­ves­cence and sol­id end notes on the palate. It is a play­ful blend that goes espe­cial­ly well with nut­ty aged cheeses. The stronger and the old­er the cheese, the more com­plex the inter­play of fla­vors. The 2008 vin­tage will give Cham­pagne lovers some­thing to tru­ly celebrate.


The year 2008 was a dubi­ous year for Dom PĂ©rignon. The skies were gray and gloomy, unchar­ac­ter­is­ti­cal­ly so after the bright, sun­ny skies of the pre­vi­ous few years. As the com­pa­ny reports, just when they were about begin what they thought would be a lack­lus­ter har­vest, the clouds part­ed to reveal clear blue skies and a won­der­ful north­east­er­ly wind swept through the vine­yards. The grapes turned out to be much health­i­er and riper than they could have hoped for, lead­ing to the cre­ation of one tru­ly mar­velous vintage.

Storage Instructions

Fine sparkling wine must be han­dled with care. For short-term stor­age (a few days to a month), you can keep your bot­tle upright — but away from bright or arti­fi­cial light. For long-term stor­age, espe­cial­ly for vin­tage cuvĂ©es, you must store the bot­tles on their side in a wine rack or cel­lar to keep the cork from dry­ing out. The ide­al tem­per­a­ture for stor­age is between 7 to 10°C. Once opened, a bot­tle will be good for 1 to 3 days stand­ing upright in the refrigerator.

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