Dom Pérignon

There’s gold beneath the glitz in one of the world’s most iconic Champagnes
Dom Pérignon
The Abbey of Hautvillers, an emblem for the Dom Pérignon brand, was home to the namesake monk credited with innovating the Champagne region’s wines in the 17th century. (Lee Osborne)
From the Dec 15, 2018, issue

Dom Pérignon, the prestige cuvée from Moët & Chandon, has become one of the most recognizable labels in Champagne, and the team responsible for what's in the bottle has a huge task: to maintain the wine's quality, consistency and character. Wine Spectator's Alison Napjus explains.

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