In 1668, Dom Pierre Pérignon, a young Benedictine monk is appointed procurator at the Abbey of Hautvillers, overlooking Champagne.
Successfully endeavoring to transmute wine into champagne, Dom Pierre Pérignon embodies champagne's original and mystical act of creation. This ambition and creative legacy have inspired the Maison since its birth – and still do.
Maison Dom Pérignon is driven by its never-ending quest for a deep aesthetic ideal: creating and revealing harmony from an everchanging nature. The House never compromises on this creative ideal – choosing to remain silent and not declare a vintage when a year falls short of standards.