How Was "Dom Pérignon" Named?
Dom Pérignon is a famous and expensive champagne produced by Moët et Chandon. It is named after Dom Pérignon, a Benedictine monk who allegedly discovered the champagne method for making sparkling wines. Documentary evidence now suggests that a fizzy or sparkling wine was first made in England at least several decades before it was produced in France.
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