Throughout spring, bubbly lovers can enjoy 2002 Dom Pérignon – the latest vintage from the renowned Champagne house – paired with special tasting menus, or served by the glass, at some of London’s
Despite its relative youth, 2002 Dom Pérignon shows surprising character and refinement, with the balance and structure to ensure it ages well.
To celebrate the launch of the 2002 vintage, Silvena Rowe – chef-patron of the 150 bar at Quince (in The May Fair hotel) – has created a four-course small-plate dining menu to accompany a magnum of
the Champagne. Rowe sought to serve flavours that would contrast with the Champagne, including West Mersea native oysters with sevruga caviar, and crispy spiced jumbo prawns with avocado and
Meanwhile, Tsukiji Sushi Restaurant at The Westbury Hotel, has developed a Tokubetsu menu to match 2002 Dom Pérignon. The menu offers a series of unique dishes, including lobster sashimi with
sweet-dashi-plum sauce and beef tataki, dressed with yuzu ponzu, which will reflect the citrus notes in the Champagne.
2002 Dom Pérignon is also available by the glass at The Savoy, Galvin at Windows, Gleneagles Hotel and Auberge du Lac. Keep an eye on squaremeal.co.uk for details of other London restaurants that
will be creating special dishes to celebrate the launch of 2002 Dom Pérignon later in the year.