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Dom Pérignon - Vintage 2010 Limited Edition Lady Gaga Case

Dom Pérignon

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  • Winery: Dom Pérignon
  • Vintage : 2010
  • Origin : France
  • Denomination: Champagne AOC
  • Grapes: Pinot nero, Chardonnay
  • Serving temperature : 8-10 ° C
  • Alcohol volume : 12.5%
  • Format : 0.75 L
  • Moment to taste it: Special occasions
  • Pairings: Dishes rich in aromas, fish dishes
  • Blowup Rating : 10/10


Description

An inspired collaboration between Lady Gaga and Dom Perignon, animated by a shared belief: absolute creative freedom. Their energies come together to create an edition with a vibrant and whimsical design. A visual hymn to creativity and a vital impulse created to celebrate those who push the boundaries. This Dom Pérignon is a fine, lively and very elegant champagne, able to best express the completeness characteristic of the best harvests. The product of a perfect combination of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, synonymous with luxury and French excellence .

Tasting notes

In the glass the limited edition Dom Pérignon Lady Gaga has a straw yellow color with golden reflections and is crossed by a fine and persistent bubble . The nose opens with an explosion of tropical fruit such as mango, pineapple and melon. Subsequently arose notes of orange peel a. In the mouth it enters with a rich and intense character , evolving on spicy and peppery notes . Finally it closes with a salty and persistent finish .

Processing

For the production of Dom Pérignon Lady Gaga the grapes are vinified in steel , here the alcoholic and malolactic fermentation takes place and subsequently the Champagne refines on the lees in the bottle for over 6 years before being put on the market.


The cellar

Synonymous with luxury , prestige and elegance , a name that needs no introduction. The first Dom Pérignon was produced by Moët & Chandon in 1936. From the very beginning the winery's ideal was to produce champagne with a unique style, with an undermining character and a perfect balance produced following principles that respected the terroirs and the seasons. Even today, Dom Pérignon is produced in the historic Benedictine abbey of Hautvillers.