Dom Pérignon vintages set their own release dates, and the 2008 required more patience than Vintage 2009, which reached its first plénitude earlier – an unprecedented event in the maison’s history.
With its streamlined minimalism and expressive warmth, this vintage reveals pronounced fruit flavours and a well-integrated acidity that leads to an aromatic and smoky finish.
With every vintage, Dom Pérignon expresses its signature style through the individuality of a single year. And for decades, Cellar Master Richard Geoffroy has championed its quest to create “always a vintage wine”. Soon, Vincent Chaperon, who has been at his side since 2005, will take on that mantle. Dom Pérignon marks this seminal moment with Vintage 2008 Continuum. This exemplary vintage reflects the very best of both winemakers – and the House’s enduring commitment to its vision.