Dom Perignon 2002 Andy Warhol Red Label

96-100 rating
96-100 review

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Specification

Country

Region

Bottling

Estate Bottled

Type of Wine

Sparkling wine

Year

Bottle size

0.75 L

Packaging

Loose

Rating

96

Reviewer

Robert Parker

Label

gl

Capsule

good condition

Level

bn

A collarboration with Andy Warhol saw limited edition bottlings of Dom Perignons 2002 vintage, each bearing one of six coloured labels. A series of fantastic years have allowed Dom Perignon to release five successive vintage years between 2002 and 2006! Of these, the 2002 vintage is probably the greatest with immense power and complexity, and lacking for nothing! This vintage is drinking well at the moment, but will last and potentially develop over several more years! Note: Upon processing an order, unless a colour preference is given (subject to availability), label colour will be assigned randomly.

The bouquet of the 2002 Dom Perignon is highly flowery at first, with scented jasmine dominating the fragrance. The wine becomes richer as it sits in the glass, and the tastes become riper and almost tropical. This bright, sumptuous Dom Perignon exudes ripe apricots, passion fruit, and peaches. The wine’s volume makes it palatable now, but those looking for additional complexity should age it for at least a few years to enable some of the baby fat to go away. The vintage was particularly ripe, according to Geoffroy, and some of the Chardonnay displayed the impacts of the hot growing season in the somewhat scorched, dehydrated fruit that arrived that year.

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