A Wine of Legend
[youtube id=”L6RVobWTN0E”] by Sophie Gayot Since the video interview above is with Richard Geoffroy, the Chef de Cave at Dom Pérignon, I will let him speak about the wine that was exclusively served at the Sun King (Louis XIV)’s court, and that we drink and even spray on each other to celebrate. Champagne bien sûr! Learn some of the history of monk Pierre Pérignon whose goal was to create a sparkling wine that was “the best wine in the world.” Geoffroy will also give you some pairing advice as we enter the bubbly season. There is never a need to say “French Champagne,” as Champagne can only be French. To bear the name, it has to be made with grapes grown in the Champagne region of France and has to be produced under the rules of the appellation. “Champagne” is just enough. Related Content: Top 10 Prestige “Tête de Cuvée” Champagnes Dom Pérignon Rosé Oenothèque 1990 Champagne and Sparkling Wine Reviews You can click on each photo to enlarge.