HK$39,000 per bottle (World Average PriceHK$55,069^)
97pts William Kelley
The 1985 Dom Pérignon P3 is showing brilliantly from magnum, offering up a deep and complex nose of waxy lemon rind, oyster shell, mandarin, iodine and smoky autolysis. On the palate, the wine is medium to full-bodied, with a fine but ebullient mousse, exceptional concentration and intensity, brisk acids and a long, expansive finish. This disgorgement is beautifully timed, capturing the wine in a phase of controlled opulence, and it is drinking beautifully today.
Dom Perignon 2000 with Ice Bucket
Consists of 3 bts of Dom Perignon 2000 and Dom Perignon Ice Bucket
HK$7,800 per case
94pts Antonio Galloni
The 2000 Dom Pérignon is a gorgeous wine to drink now, as it is already showing quite a bit of aromatic and flavor complexity. Although the 2000 doesn’t have the multi-dimensional personality or structure of the very best DPs, it does offer tremendous drinking pleasure today. Hints of pastry, baked apple and mint add nuance, with a touch of reduction that lends an added kick of freshness. Ultimately, the 2000 is a very drinkable and delicious Dom Pérignon.
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