2002 Dom Perignon: A Timeless Classic for Every Occasion!


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When we tell you that the GRW team drinks A LOT of this, we promise you that we're not kidding. This is in heavy rotation for the entire team - Our #1 go to bottle of bubbles, because it's in an absolutely perfect place right now and delivering on every single level!
We went deep on 2002 Dom Perignon as it's arguably one of the best vintages for Champagne that we will see in our lifetime and we know that these will continue to perform for years to come. Looking for investment Champagne? Stop right here. Back vintage Dom Perignon fetches prices between $500-$1000 depending on the vintage. These 2002's are currently only $350/bottle but there is no doubt that they will reach those same heights.
Loose bottles or 6 packs in their original cartons, all purchased on release - the choice is yours, but we can assure you this: once you have your first bottle, you're going to wish you had more.
"2002 juxtaposes restraint and latent generosity above all - a wonderful enigma in every way." - Decanter
"Readers can look forward to another two decades of exceptional drinking. " - Galloni



"I remember the first time I tasted the 2002 Dom Pérignon with then-Chef de Caves Richard Geoffroy at Hautvillers. It was the upcoming release at the time. As was his custom, Geoffroy served the 2002 in a flight that included a number of previous releases. The bouquet was immediately stunning for its audacity. I had never tasted anything like it. Two thousand-two was a year marked by extreme ripeness in the Chardonnays, and that opulence has always been a big part of the wine’s profile. Today, what strikes me most about the 2002 is its timelessness. That youthful opulence remains, yet the 2002 is still vibrant, almost shocking in its freshness. Apricot, ripe peach, tangerine oil, butter and dried flowers all build towards a captivating crescendo of aromas and flavors that saturates the finish. Readers can look forward to another two decades of exceptional drinking." -AG98 (tasted in 2022)



"Wonderful elegance and balance to this Dom Pérignon with cooked apple, lemon and hints of white pepper and salt. It’s medium-bodied with really fine bubbles and balance. Spicy at the end. So wonderfully fresh, linear and long. Racy and elegant. A DP that invites to drink right now. All about finesse. Tension, too, with precise phenolics and bright acidity on the back palate. Subtle energy." -JS97


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