Dom Perignon Brut 2013

Pinot Noir, Chardonnay


The modern history of Dom Pérignon Vintage Champagne began in 1936 when Robert-Jean de Vogue, president of Maison Moët & Chandon, decided to create an unparalleled bottle by selecting the finest reserves from the 1921 vintage. Since then, Dom Pérignon has always been a Vintage Champagne produced solely in the finest years. The production today is overseen and directed, from harvest to commercialization, by chef de cave Richard Geoffroy, regarded as one of the finest masters in the art of blending. The grapes for production come from Maison’s Grand Cru vineyards, combined with a portion of Pinot Noir grown in the Premier Cru vineyards of the Abbey of Hautvillers. Vinification takes place in steel tanks with complete malolactic fermentation, and aging on lees in the bottle continues for over 6 years. All this is done to create a sparkling wine with body, complexity, structure, and above all, class, with an aging potential of over 30 years. Each bottle represents a unique and prestigious piece, and no vintage is the same as another, yet it consistently remains one of the most significant and emblematic expressions of winemaking worldwide.

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Weight 1,5 kg
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