The name derives from the enological inventiveness of the Benedictine monk Pierre Pérignon.
Dom Pérignon was the first champagne defined as "prestige", the first harvest dates back to 1921, but the product was only sold to the public in 1936.
Dom Pérignon is produced exclusively during the best years of the harvest, and the grapes used to make it come from the same year's harvest, unlike other types of champagne.
Golden in color with amber notes, it is characterized by complex aromas resulting from the long evolution in the bottle, the taste is warm, full, enveloping, with complete and fresh fruity tones.
It has a very long persistence that surprises, very pleasant on the palate.