Dom Pérignon has launched the 2005 vintage, small in quantity but with “exceptional quality” and “a never-before-seen aromatic maturity” according to Richard Geoffroy.
The abbey of Hautvillers, once home to the fabled Dom Pérignon, is to open to the public later this year for a series of guided tours and tastings.
Phenolic compounds in cork stoppers can positively influence the ageing of wine, according to Dr. Miguel Cabral, Amorim’s director of R&D.
From Krug to Selosse and Roederer to Dom Pérignon, we count down the best-selling Champagne houses at Sotheby’s in 2014.
Auction site iDealwine saw buyers focus in on old vintages of Champagne in the run up to Christmas with prices for some setting new records.
A Christmas hamper filled with fine wines, spirits and delicacies like foie gras, caviar and Alba truffles has gone on sale for £85,605.
Rosé Champagne is here to stay and the best is yet to come for the category, according to one leading Master of Wine.
Fit for a king, this ice cream sundae infused with Hennessy VSOP Cognac, gold leaf and served in a crystal bowl might be the world’s most expensive.
Champagne house Dom Pérignon has collaborated with Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen on a bespoke label for the 2004 vintage.
US diner chain Denny’s has launched a $300 brunch served with Dom Pérignon Champagne.
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