You can’t go wrong with Dom Pérignon. The Champagne is crafted from the best grapes and aged for a minimum of seven years on the lees, which gives it great complexity. The 2010 vintage shows how daring Dom Pérignon is — it’s the only major Champagne house to declare a vintage. And its audacity was worth it. The Champagne is bright and lively, with high acidity and rich notes of lemon, toast, and brioche.