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Buy Dom Perignon Vintage 2004 UPD



We offer you worldwide the best price! We ship worldwide as well."The 2004 Dom Pérignon is from a classic vintage and a very generous year in terms of yields. White-golden in color, the clear, discreet and subtle nose gives way to dried white rather than yellow fruits, raisins and hazelnuts, as well as to floral and herbal aromas. Less generous and concentrated in the mouth than the 2005 and austerely dry at the moment, the 2004 shows its great finesse and characteristic minerality. There should be a better point of time to praise its class, so trust and keep it! 92+ points."Reviewed by Stephan Reinhardt of Robert Parker.




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'The 2004 Dom Pérignon wafts from the glass with notions of freshly baked bread, crisp yellow orchard fruit, honeycomb and iodine. On the palate, the wine is medium to full-bodied and open-knit but incisive, with a textural attack, an elegant pinpoint mousse and attractive purity. Between the rich, ripe 2002 and the powerful but racy 2008, the 2004 is an excellent but more classically proportioned example of Dom Pérignon. 94/100 Robert Parker'


An unorthodox approach to the perception of one of the most senior roles within any champagne brand, sure. But it comes as no surprise that Chaperon describes both the process of creating a vintage wine, and his role overseeing it, as akin to a horticulturist.


No bottle encapsulates this relation more so than the Vintage 2004 Plentitude 2. Presented with themes of renaissance and calm, and inspiring a similar sentiment upon first sip, the 2004 is a celebration of the year the grapes were grown in; a considerable contrast to 2003, a summer characterized by dramatic frosts and a historic heat wave.


The wine is a blend of 53% Pinot Noir and 47% Chardonnay. Yields in 2004, a vintage with excellent growing conditions, were an average 10-11,000kg per hectare, compared to 3-4000kg/ha in 2003.


Dom Pérignon Champagne was said to be created by Pierre Pérignon, the 17th-century Benedictine monk of the Benedictine Abbey, Hautvilliers. Very few Grandes Marques can equal Dom Pérignon's finesse and the strength of the brand. Buy Dom Pérignon Champagne and the latest recent releases of Dom Pérignon vintage, Dom Pérignon Magnums and the powerful Dom Pérignon Œnotheques, Dom Pérignon Plénitudes P2 and P3 and special editions created with artistic collaborations like the Dom Pérignon Lady Gaga edition. Dom Pérignon is only ever released as vintage Champagne and only Dom Pérignon's Chef de Cave, Vincent Chaperon may declare a vintage year, aged for at least seven years prior to release.


The newest Dom Pérignon Vintage 2004 Plénitude 2 debuted this month, showcasing the 2004 vintage in a wholly new light. While the 2004 vintage was released in 2013, its sister bottling, the Vintage 2004 Plénitude 2, was kept behind in the cellars to continue maturing on the lees for a full 18 years, giving the liquid ample time to transform. The result is a vibrant wine that belies its age, and balances complexity with a still youthful energy.


With its remarkable ease and generosity, the 2004 winemaking year stands out in the history of Dom Pérignon. The vines developed with great regularity and without incident, resulting in substantial yields of large grapes. The dry heat of the final weeks really shaped the vintage. The harvest began on September 24th, providing grapes that were both in excellent health and superbly ripe.


With its remarkable ease and generosity, the 2004 winemaking year stands out in the history of Dom Pérignon.The vines developed with great regularity and without incident, resulting in substantial yields of large grapes.While the weather was generally anything but extreme, the vines developed with great regularity and without incident. The dry heat of the final weeks really shaped the vintage. The harvest began on September 24th, providing grapes that were both in excellent health and superbly ripe.


Stemming from fine Champagne terroirs, Dom Pérignon is always a vintage wine and can only be produced from the grape harvest of a single year. The commitment to the vintage is absolute. For each vintage, a limited amount of bottles are set aside, destined to undergo a longer ageing process. During this extra time, the activity inside the bottle continues to grow. The yeast provides its energy to the wine and enlivens it beautifully.


The course of the year 2004 is almost perfect. The seasons succeeded one another with ease, fluidity and without incident. A rather cool month of August was followed by a few weeks of dry heat that truly shaped the vintage. Benefiting from an abundance of energy, lent by the year 2003, the vines blossomed and expressed themselves fully, leading to a generous harvest of perfectly healthy and superbly ripe grapes that began on September 24th.


The fruit of 2004 remains discreet but it is more clearly defined in this second life of the wine. Pink grapefruit and blood orange notes finally give way to aromas of fig. The extra time on the lees reveals the sublime maturity and minerality of the vintage, the signature style of Dom Pérignon. Cocoa, mocha, roasted notes, brioche and honey notes emerge.


Yet another masterpiece created by Richard Geoffroy. Unmistakable Dom Pérignon style with unparalleled silkiness throughout the palate. The mousse is worthy of its own chapter and the elegance is striking. Nice minerality and floral notes with citrus overtones. Slightly short now, but time will fill in the small gaps in the beginning of life. This time it tasted intensely toasty and fairly close to the 1983 when I tasted that vintage for the first time at the same age as the 2004 is now. (RJ) (9/2014)


Another stellar wine, the 2004 Dom Pérignon is just starting to show the first signs of aromatic development, as well as a bit of added weight it did not have as a young wine. The 2004 remains a bright, mid-weight DP built on persistence and length more than overt volume. I have always had a soft spot for the 2004. This tasting does nothing to dampen that enthusiasm. (AG) (7/2019)


The 2004 Dom Pérignon is one of the more reductive, autolytic vintages of this wine to have been released in the last decade, offering up a toasty bouquet of pears, green apple, iodine, peach and smoke. On the palate, it's medium to full-bodied, satiny textured and fleshy, with a sweet core of fruit, a fine mousse and a vinous profile. The 2004 is drinking well today: as I wrote earlier this year, between the rich, ripe 2002 and the powerful but racy 2008, the 2004 is an excellent but more classically proportioned example of Dom Pérignon. (WK) (4/2020)


The story of Dom Pérignon begins nearly three centuries ago. Born in 1638 in Sainte-Menehould in Argonne, could Pierre Pérignon imagine that he would become the "spiritual father of Champagne"? One thing is certain, his name has crossed the centuries by fuelling the debate. According to the legend, Pierre Pérignon discovered what we call today the méthode champenoise.Ordained a priest in 1667, it is in 1668 that Dom Pierre Pérignon took up his post as cellarer at the Abbey of Hautvillers. Located not far from Épernay, in the Marne region of Champagne, the Abbey of Hautvillers was founded around 650 by the archbishop of Reims, named Saint-Nivard. The magnificent architectural complex, now owned by Moët & Chandon, was renovated under the impetus of Catherine de Médicis in the 16th century, after having been destroyed and rebuilt many times. Upon his arrival, Dom Pierre Pérignon continued the renovation work and built new buildings. Written documents show that he was called "Dom Pieærre" or "Dom procureur". In charge of managing the monastic affairs and making the vineyard activity prosper, Dom Pérignon will distinguish himself by his ability to elaborate still wines with grapes coming from "the Mountain" and "the River". Having become blind, it is said that Dom Pérignon tasted grapes from different crus and grape varieties of the Champagne region to make the blends. He was endowed with a great gustatory sensitivity allowing him to identify the typicity of a vintage by being able to classify them according to the year of harvest.Dom Pierre Pérignon mastered perfectly each step of the wine making process, from the viticulture to the blending, through the vinification. 041b061a72


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