Dom Pérignon Innovation

May 31, 2019

Champagne has been growing in popularity. Consumers are now drinking this fine sparkling wine throughout the meal, rather than relegating it to the aperitif hour.  Dom Pérignon chef de Cave Vincent Chaperon wants to continue to educate the drinker on what Champagne is, and the process behind its magic. The Champagne house is adding aging standards, and releasing single vintage wines that have been disgorged at different stages in their development. Click through to learn more about the wine!

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