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Upcoming release: Dom Pérignon 2015 

  • The 2015 vintage of Dom Pérignon will be released a recommended selling price of £1,750 (12×75). 
  • Antonio Galloni awarded a score of 96 points.  
  • Buyers may turn to options in back vintages.  

Update 01/07/2024: at the time of writing, some UK retailers are offering this new release at £1,698 per 12×75 (below the original recommended selling price). It is currently available on Liv-ex for £1,630 per case.

On Monday, Dom Pérignon 2015 will be released into the UK market at a recommended retail price of £1,750 per 12×75. While this represents a 4.4% decrease on the 2013s release price, the 2013 was released 38.6% above the 2012’s opening price.  

Critical opinion 

Antonio Galloni (Vinous) awarded the wine a score of 96 points, calling it ‘a fine showing in a vintage that has proven to be tricky’. In his tasting note, he describes aromas of ‘citrus peel, white flower, mint and white pepper’. 

Dom Pérignon market opportunities 

This new release will come in as one of the more expensive vintages of Dom Pérignon currently available on the market. The 98-point 2002 and 2004 vintages, benefitting from additional time in bottle, may be compelling opportunities. These earlier vintages, however, may be more difficult to come by than more recent releases. Buyers may also consider the 97-point 2006 and 2012 vintages.  

Not only is the 2015 priced higher than other highly-rated vintages, it is being released into a difficult market for Champagne. As we detailed in our June Market Report, the Champagne 50 is down 13.7% year on year. Several Champagnes released over the past two years have since depreciated, in part due to ambitious pricing. The chart below shows price movements of Dom Pérignon 2013 since its release in January 2023.  

At a Market Price of £1,552 per 12×75 , the 2013 has depreciated by 15.2% in the past year, and is currently one of the least expensive vintages available on the market. Having had less time to filter through to consumers, interested buyers may have an easier time acquiring the 2013 than earlier vintages.  Though rated slightly lower by Antonio Galloni, it is available at an 11.3% discount to the new release. 

Liv-ex analysis is drawn from the world’s most comprehensive database of fine wine prices. The data reflects the real time activity of Liv-ex’s 600 merchant members from across the globe. Together they represent the largest pool of liquidity in the world – currently £80m of bids and offers across 16,000 wines.       


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