Unique floral softness of lime tree, lemon verbena, white pepper and rosemary emerges with toasted, ashy minerality which is typical of Dom Pérignon. The taste of dried fruit, apricot, followed by the candied fruitiness of raspberry and fig before plunging into the darkness of spices and liquorice root with a bitter and sapid iodine sensation. Dom Pérignon is a celebrated Champagne brand owned by Moët & Chandon. Its origins can be traced back to the Abbey of Saint Pierre d’Hautvillers in northern France – the so-called birthplace of Champagne. Pierre Pérignon spent the remaining 47 years of his life striving to create the “best wine in the world”, with his wine even gracing the tables of the court of King Louis XIV, the Sun King.