• MANIFESTO
    1

    Always a vintage wine

    Our commitment to vintages is absolute. Dom Pérignon is reinvented with every vintage, daring to take risks. That is the cost of revealing the wine’s extra « soul », even if it means not declaring a vintage.

    Always a vintage wine

    Our commitment to vintages is absolute. Dom Pérignon is reinvented with every vintage, daring to take risks. That is the cost of revealing the wine’s extra « soul », even if it means not declaring a vintage.
  • MANIFESTO
    2

    Always an assemblage

    The assemblage is the foundation of the Dom Pérignon style. Its principles have always taken precedence over winemaking techniques. Dom Pérignon is striving for an ideal. There can be only one blend of Blanc and Rosé, for each vintage. Dom Pérignon is one and indivisible.

    Always an assemblage

    The assemblage is the foundation of the Dom Pérignon style. Its principles have always taken precedence over winemaking techniques. Dom Pérignon is striving for an ideal. There can be only one blend of Blanc and Rosé, for each vintage. Dom Pérignon is one and indivisible.
  • MANIFESTO
    3

    A perfect balance of black & white grapes

    Using Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes, we play with contrasts and complementary elements to create tension, giving birth to Dom Pérignon’s highly intriguing contrast.

    A perfect balance of black & white grapes

    Using Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes, we play with contrasts and complementary elements to create tension, giving birth to Dom Pérignon’s highly intriguing contrast.
  • MANIFESTO
    4

    The best grapes of Champagne

    No matter where they come from. The core of the blend is the eight historical Grands Crus – Aÿ, Bouzy, Verzenay, Mailly, Chouilly, Cramant, Avize, Le Mesnil – plus the legendary Hautvillers Premier Cru. But Dom Pérignon also has the unique privilege of being able to select grapes from all 17 Grands Crus of Champagne.

    The best grapes of Champagne

    No matter where they come from. The core of the blend is the eight historical Grands Crus – Aÿ, Bouzy, Verzenay, Mailly, Chouilly, Cramant, Avize, Le Mesnil – plus the legendary Hautvillers Premier Cru. But Dom Pérignon also has the unique privilege of being able to select grapes from all 17 Grands Crus of Champagne.
  • MANIFESTO
    5

    Respecting the terroirs and the seasons

    Our goal is to enhance the terroirs and the character of the vintage without betraying them. We are committed to protecting the grapes’ original fruitiness. Our winemaking philosophy can only be minimalist. Oxidation is our sworn enemy.

    Respecting the terroirs and the seasons

    Our goal is to enhance the terroirs and the character of the vintage without betraying them. We are committed to protecting the grapes’ original fruitiness. Our winemaking philosophy can only be minimalist. Oxidation is our sworn enemy.
  • MANIFESTO
    6

    Intensity must be based on precision

    The wine’s intensity is not based on its power but on its precision and relevance. This is a high-definition wine that requires just the right touch, not brute force.

    Intensity must be based on precision

    The wine’s intensity is not based on its power but on its precision and relevance. This is a high-definition wine that requires just the right touch, not brute force.
  • MANIFESTO
    7

    The truth is revealed on the palate

    The mouth feel of the wine is seamless: rich, fresh yet mature, ethereal with a silky, caressing texture. Dom Pérignon has an unrivaled way of holding a note that is extremely sensual.

    The truth is revealed on the palate

    The mouth feel of the wine is seamless: rich, fresh yet mature, ethereal with a silky, caressing texture. Dom Pérignon has an unrivaled way of holding a note that is extremely sensual.
  • MANIFESTO
    8

    Complexity is based on slow maturation

    Dom Pérignon White and Rosé are both widely recognized for their impressive potential of maturation and complexity. Dom Pérignon expresses its first Plenitude after seven years in the cellar. Dom Pérignon second and third Plenitudes defy the decades.

    Complexity is based on slow maturation

    Dom Pérignon White and Rosé are both widely recognized for their impressive potential of maturation and complexity. Dom Pérignon expresses its first Plenitude after seven years in the cellar. Dom Pérignon second and third Plenitudes defy the decades.
  • MANIFESTO
    9

    The mineral character is a unique aromatic signature

    Its somber, gray quality comes out in briny, toasted, smoky, and peaty facets, calling to mind both the sea and the earth.

    The mineral character is a unique aromatic signature

    Its somber, gray quality comes out in briny, toasted, smoky, and peaty facets, calling to mind both the sea and the earth.
  • MANIFESTO
    10

    Dom Pérignon is deeply singular

    Paradox is a recurring feature of Dom Pérignon. The style is tense, rhythmic, vibrant, vigorous, precise, tactile, seamless, fresh yet mature, intense, complex, sensual. Dom Pérignon, so inviting yet so mysterious…

    Dom Pérignon is deeply singular

    Paradox is a recurring feature of Dom Pérignon. The style is tense, rhythmic, vibrant, vigorous, precise, tactile, seamless, fresh yet mature, intense, complex, sensual. Dom Pérignon, so inviting yet so mysterious…

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