Dom Perignon Brut, 2008, 75cl & Truffles, Wooden Box
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A single bottle of Dom Perignon Brut, 2008, 75cl 75cl and a single strip of fine Hand Made Truffles (100g) Presented in a wooden gift box with sliding lid and lined with wood wool with a Gift Card for your personal message.
Send a single bottle of Dom Perignon, Vintage 2008, Champagne (75cl) Presented in a stylish Gift Box with Gift Card for your personal message - This Champagne, named after the legendary Bendictine monk, is the flagship wine from Moet et Chandon. Please note stock does not always come in a Dom Perignon Branded box so please check with sales at time of ordering if you require this specifically.
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Alcohol Volume- 12.5 %Bottle Size- 75 cl
Type- ChampagneCountry Of Origin- France
Brand- Dom Perignon
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