For the end of the year Dom Perignon has teamed up with Lady Gaga for the creation of a luxurious, elegant box testifying to their daring and their respective inspiration.
Dom Pérignon vintage 2010 is...
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Dom Pérignon, one of the most prestigious champagne houses, offers in addition to its range of classic champagnes called Vintage, rosé champagnes just as delicious and successful as the classic range. This rosé...
Champagne Dom Pérignon Plénitude 2 in its 2003 vintage is the result of 16 years of development. Presented in 2019, this second plenitude of the 2003 vintage is bursting with new energy, intensity, vitality and...
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Dom Pérignon is certainly one of the biggest Maison de champagne, and today it is one of the best known for both its name and the incredible quality of the champagnes it offers.
The history of Dom Pérignon begins in the 17th century with the Benedictine monk Pierre Pérignon, nicknamed Dom Pérignon. It was he who imported Limoux the method of making foam in Champagne, this method later took the name of Champagne method. It was already at the time a precursor in the assortment of different grape varieties.
Dom Pérignon, today is an exceptional vintage Champagne, only produced in certain and great years. In order to ensure the best quality as well as the exceptional character of each of the Dom Pérignon vintages, only the champagnes of the best years are kept and presented for sale. For example, the last years that have been proposed for sale are Vintage 2006, 2005 and 2004.
For Dom Pérignon every year is a challenge to create the best vintage possible. Using only the best grapes to create a unique interpretation of each season. It is this spirit and the confidence in the master cellar Richard Geoffroy that make the singularity and the expression of Dom Perignon’s champagnes.
Dom Pérignon currently offers three different types of champagnes, a classic champagne with a unique golden color and mouth reinvented each year. A rosé champagne is also proposed, this one is a tribute to the Pinot Noir grape, it reflects all the technicality and the humility necessary to work it.
The last vintage of Dom Pérignon is named P2 for second fullness only the vintage 1998 is proposed. This represents the paroxysm of the talent of the House Dom Pérignon in the creation, the singularity of its champagnes.
Dom Pérignon champagnes are available at 12Bouteilles.com, to the delight of your palates. The very high end of Champagne.