Monthly Archives: November 2015

Just as you were getting your head around the techno-mystery of ‘DP 1998 P2′, Dom Pérignon’s new code brand for what used to be its extra-aged ‘Oenothèque’, try LVMH’s new prestige cuvée. You may have to go under the radar … Continue reading

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There are times when Richard Geoffroy, the man who makes Dom Pérignon, comes on like a method actor playing the monkish Dom P himself. He speaks with an oracular ambiguity that might just be echoing forward from 1715, the year … Continue reading

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Champagne Ruinart steps amongst its established fans and fans-to-be, with a particular spring in its step these days. Since Frédéric Panaïotis became Chef de Caves in 2007,  the oldest champagne house has more than doubled its production to ‘big boutique’ status … Continue reading

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