Posted by: Lili Kocsis December 18, Perhaps no single label elicits a stronger emotional reaction from lovers of fine Champagne than that of the world-renowned prestige cuvee Dom Perignon. Since its very first release back in , Dom Perignon has stood out as an elite wine and has remained the unwavering symbol of luxury, class and flawless quality in Champagne. Passionately dedicated to his work, he spent 47 years seeking to master the art of winemaking. It was first applied to the prestige cuvee from vintage , from which only 1, bottles were released in
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100 Best Champagnes for 2018 - Dom Pérignon is the Winner
The name evokes luxury and indulgence: a glass of vintage Dom sipped out of a crystal flute with a side of caviar, all while lounging in a frothy bubble bath, of course. But how well do you really know this iconic Champagne? In Champagne, only certain vineyards are classified as Grand Cru, and a Champagne must only be made from these vineyards in order to qualify as a Grand Cru Champagne. As a rule, he produces no more than six vintages each decade. While the percentages change from vintage to vintage, the wine is always based on these two key grapes.
I had to make my humble contribution to changing this , and broadcast the knowledge of how Dom Perignon really tastes like, beyond the fame, glamour, and marketing hype. I guess it is a common trait with highly-priced and highly-demanded wines to be famous as brands , but not as a product. We all fancy trying them, because everyone that has, seems to be raving about them. But not often do we physically get an opportunity to experience the taste of the most expensive wine gems.