Few Champagne houses hold the fame, reputation and history of Dom Perignon.
One of the world's most renowned and desirable luxury wine brands, the first vintage of Dom Perignon was released by Moet & Chandon in 1921 - although the name itself is derived from the eponymous 17th century Benedictine monk and winemaker, who is famously credited with pioneering a number of Champagne winemaking techniques still used to this day.
A prestige cuvee, and always a vintage Champagne, grapes for each bottle are sourced from Grand Cru vineyards across the region - although each blend will hold a small portion of Premier Cru fruit, from the historical plot in the Abbey of Hautvillers, where Dom Perignon worked. Blended from Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, each bottle is aged on lees for a minimum of seven years, although many will remain in bottle for much longer. The final wines are complex, yet remarkably light, with a vivacious energy and genuine, authentic power.