Champagne "Dom Perignon", 2004, gift box
Champagne straw-gold color with a steady perlyazhem.
Champagne has a light, fresh and elegant taste with spicy and mineral notes. The finish is long, with notes of iodine and slightly bitter orange peel.
The aroma of champagne filled with notes of almond and cocoa, which are complemented by hints of white fruit, nuances of dried flowers and toasted brioche.
Champagne is served as appetizers and desserts, as it perfectly combines with fish dishes.
Vintage 2004 has left its mark in history, "Dom Perignon" remember the simplicity and generosity. In contrast to 2003, flowering and fruit set were regular. Since August, the weather was moderately hot and dry, which allowed the grapes to achieve good health. The harvest began on September 24 in the optimum degree of ripeness. Champagne "Dom Perignon" 2004 is markedly different from previous vintages bright 2003 and 2002, more relaxed taste, allow to distinguish the most delicate shades.
Champagne is named in honor of the French Benedictine monk named Dom Pérignon, who lived in the XVII century. It is he who has learned to tame the "devil's wine" and has done a lot for modern winemaking invented method extracts a bottle of champagne, assemblage and special narrow glasses ideal "foaming" champagne.
Champagne Dom Perignon, recognized worldwide for its unmatched quality and reputation, will be an unforgettable gift for any occasion and holiday!
The history of the company Moet & Chandon began in 1743, when Claude Moyet began supplying wine from Champagne to Paris and other French cities. The era of the reign of Louis XV coincided with the growing demand for sparkling wine. Therefore, Claude’s business is expanding rapidly, and by the end of the 18th century, he had already exported champagne throughout Europe and even to the United States. Claude's grandson - Jean-Remy Moet has earned the attention of such elite customers as Thomas Jefferson and Napoleon Bonaparte. The name Chandon was added to the company in 1832, when Jean-Remy Moet divided the company between his son Victor and son-in-law Pierre-Gabriel de Briayet Chandon.
Moet & Shandon is an unalterable attribute of high life all over the world. In 1971, Moet & Shandon teamed up with Hennessy Cognac House, in 1987 with Louis Vuitton. As a result, LVMH (Louis-Vuitton-Moet-Hennessy) holding, the largest Luxury Group in the world, was established, uniting such famous brands as Guerlain, Christian Dior, Givenchy, Kenzo, Christian Lacroix, Hennessy, Louis Vuitton and many others.