- The 2013 vintage of Dom Pérignon has been released for £1,830 (12×75).
- The Wine Advocate’s William Kelley awarded it 95+ points.
- The higher scored 2012 vintage looks attractive.
The latest vintage of Dom Pérignon, the 2013, has been released internationally for £1,830 per dozen. This represents an increase of 38.6% on the 2012 release price; however, it sits 1.6% below the 2012’s current Market Price. Still, buyers might wish to consider the previous vintage release. See more Fair Value analysis below.
The Wine Advocate’s William Kelley gave the 2013 Dom Pérignon a score of 95+ points. He described it as ‘a lovely wine, defined by the long, cool growing season’.
Antonio Galloni (Vinous) awarded today’s release 94-points. Galloni described it as ‘quite delicate and understated’ but noted that ‘the 2013 doesn’t look to be an epic DP, but is sure is delicious right now’.
At this price, the 2013 is the most affordable Dom Pérignon vintage in the market today. However, allocations are reportedly tight. Moreover, the vintage is coming to the market at only a very small discount to the higher-scored 2012 (WA 96), which has also been the most-traded in the last year.
Dom Pérignon 2012 trades on Liv-ex
Buyers might also wish to look back at the 96-point 2006 vintage, which costs £1,960 per 12×75.
The 2004 also presents an attractive alternative at £1,936 per case and with 97-points from Antonio Galloni.
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