In the French region of Champagne
, synonymous with prestige and elegance and renowned throughout the world for the production of excellent sparkling wines, the Champagne AOC Brut Vintage
of the Maison Dom Perignon is born.
As the name suggests, this French winery owes its birth to a Benedictine monk, who over 300 years ago invented the method of refermentation in the bottle and selected the best vines for the production of Champagne. The grapes that make up the Champagne AOC Brut Vintage
are Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, which can enjoy the excellent climate of the region. The constant rainfall provides the right amount of water, essential for producing quality grapes. After the first fermentation, the wines are refermented in the bottle according to the Champenoise method, to then be aged on the lees for at least 72 months. The fine and delicate perlage and the freshness characterize this champagne, ideal to drink immediately, but which also lends itself to storage in the cellar for a few years.