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Dom Perignon Brut, 2010, 75cl In a Luxury Oak Gift Boxed
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Dom Perignon Brut, 2010, 75cl presented in a beautifully crafted oak stained wood case, complemented with stainless steel silver hinges and clasp. The case is elegantly lined in gunmetal grey satin, adding the wow factor to any bottle of champagne.
Send a bottle of Dom Perignon Brut, 2010, 75cl for any occasion - Why not make it a gift set and add some more options under the price and we will pack them all together as one gift for you!
Dom Perignon Brut, Vintage 2010, Champagne (75cl) This Champagne, named after the legendary Bendictine monk, is the flagship wine from Moet et Chandon.
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Alcohol Volume- 12.5 %Bottle Size- 75 cl
Type- ChampagneCountry Of Origin- France
Brand- Dom Perignon
Availability- In stock
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