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Dom Perignon is the top cuvee by champagne house Moet & Chandon and is only produced in good vintage years. The champagne is named after benedictine monk Dom Pierre Pérignon (1638-1715) who, as the cellar master at the abbey in Hautvillers, did lots of research to improve the quality of wine.


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Taste Dom Pérignon

In the champagne you will taste aromas of white flowers, vanilla and toast. On the palate you enjoy flavors of ripe citrus fruits, peaches and cream. The bubbles are small and delicate. The aftertaste is long, with a nice minerality.

Serving suggestion Dom Perignon

Champagne should be served in a flute glass, and Dom Pérignon is no exception.

The ideal serving temperature for Dom Pérignon is between 10-12°C (50-54°F). To open a bottle of champagne, place a thumb on the tip (the indentation at the bottom of the bottle) and gently twist the bottom of the bottle until you hear a pop. Slowly pour the champagne into each flute, filling it only halfway.

Eating with Dom Perignon

Dom Pérignon is the best wine with fish dishes according to a chef. This sparkling wine is best served with oysters, sushi or sashimi. It can also be drunk as an aperitif or after a meal.

History of Dom Pérignon

The Champagne House Moët & Chandon was founded in 1743 by Claude Moët. The first recorded vintage of Dom Perignon was produced in 1921. In 1936, the Champagne House was taken over by André Dominique and renamed Moët et Chandon-Dom Perignon.

The name "Dom Perignon" is a tribute to the French monk Pierre Pérignon, who was cellar master at the Benedictine Abbey of Hautvillers from 1668 until his death in 1715.

Visit L'Atelier du Champagne

In 2016, Moët & Chandon opened "L'Atelier du Champagne" in Epernay. France. L'Atelier is a hands-on educational experience where visitors can learn about the history and production of Dom Pérignon.

The Champagne House offers a variety of tours and tastings at their location in the town of Epernay including a "Champagne Tasting Workshop" where several of the Champagne House's products can be tasted. Also popular is the "Bubbles & Brunch" workshop, where visitors can enjoy a meal paired with Dom Pérignon champagne. Other (vintage) items can also be purchased in the complex.

Wines such as rosé and champagnes are products that can be found in the range. Perfect as a gift if you or someone close to you has something to celebrate.

So if you have the opportunity to visit the champagne house, I definitely recommend it.

Pioneer for the best champagne

Many innovations in wine growing and harvesting are attributed to Pérignon. For example, they invented using corks instead of wooden stoppers to close bottles and using dark-colored bottles to protect the wine from the harmful effects of sunlight.

Pérignon is also credited with developing the "art of assembly," or blending wines from different grape varieties, flavors and vintages to create a cuvée.

How is Dom Perignon made?

The Moët & Chandon website describes Dom Pérignon as "the first vintage champagne, made to be enjoyed throughout its long life."

The grapes used for Dom Perignon are pinot noir and chardonnay. The wine is made according to the traditional method of fermentation in the bottle. After fermentation, the wine matures for at least seven years in the cellars of Moët & Chandon. During this period, the cuvée wine undergoes a second fermentation in the bottle, which gives the product its unique taste and bubbles.

Exceptional production years

Dom Perignon champagne is only produced in the very best years, and only when the grapes are of exceptional quality is there a harvest. In recent years, the best grape harvests for Dom Perignon were in 1990, 1995, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2002, and 2003. Due to the limited editions, a bottle is quickly seen as vintage among all other champagnes.

Dom Perignon champagne bottle

The champagne is sold in a unique bottle, designed by Roger Brunau and released in 1947. The bottle is larger and narrower than the standard champagne bottle and has a distinctive "bell" at the bottom.

The label on the champagne bottle is silver-colored and has the image of a monk in relief. Dom Perignon is sold in a luxurious box: black covered with satin. The champagne box has the Dom Perignon logo embossed on the top. You can arrive at any occasion with this beautiful product.

Order Dom Perignon online at L'Atelier du Champagne

Dom Perignon is easy to order at L'Atelier du Champagne. Our experienced employees are ready to help you with further questions or tailor-made advice! In addition to the Dom Perignon champagne, we also recommend the pinot noir or rosé for the shopping cart.