Dom Pérignon was first introduced in 1936 with the inaugural 1921 vintage. Today, Dom Pérignon is released at three separate moments in time that correspond to ‘plénitudes,’ that roughly equate to the three distinct phases of a wine’s evolution. The original release is aged on crown seal while wines in the P2 and P3 [formerly Oenothèque] program are aged on cork. The 1990 vintage is a full-bodied champagne, with a velvety texture, remarkable concentration and ripe acidity. The finish is incredibly structured and prolonged.
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