1265: Prince Edward beats Simon de Montfort at the Battle of Evesham 1693: Dom Perignon
invents Champagne 1704: In the War of Spanish Succession, English and Dutch troops occupy Gibraltar 1881: A European record temperature of 122degF (50degC) is recorded in Seville, Spain 1914: Britain declares war on Germany; the USA declares it will be neutral 1944: Anne Frank, right, is arrested in Amsterdam by German Security Police 1956: Elvis Presley releases Hound Dog 1980: John Lennon and Yoko Ono begin recording Double Fantasy 1987: Moors murderer Ian Brady reveals he was involved in another five killings 2000: The Queen Mother celebrates her 100th birthday 2011: Mark Duggan is shot dead by police in London, sparking widespread riots over the following days
Grapes on a chaise longue, Beluga, blinis and Dom Perignon
. That Stevie Nicks thing with a discrete manservant.
Kicking off the series, JetSmarter is announcing a strategic partnership with Dom Perignon
in celebration of the 2018 Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta, Georgia.
Jun Leonor gave a toast to the two newly appointed ambassadors, with Dom Perignon
and Moet champagne.
Then they ordered desserts and helped to wash the whole lot down with two bottles of Dom Perignon
champagne - at PS148.40 a bottle.
2006 BLANC VINTAGE, ?PS112.95, WWW.31DOVER.COM?.
2006 Blanc Vintage, France (PS112.95, www.31dover.com) Dom Perignon
partnered with Les 110 de Taillevent (www.taillevent.com), the new London outpost of the two Michelin star Parisian restaurant to launch their latest vintage.
Other brands to lose their place are Selfridges, Dom Perignon
, Rolex and Stella McCartney.
For that, you'll be served 2004 Dom Perignon
, provided with pyjamas to sleep in and sit on an spacious armchair hand-stitched by Italian craftsmen - their most leg room friendly design to date.
Summary: Whoever said alcohol is a poison that kills slowly never really popped open a bottle of Dom Perignon
or let the notes of a Glenlivet 70-year-old gently soothe his senses.
has long been the marquee brand of the Moet cellars.
Legend has it that French Benedictine monk Dom Perignon
invented Champagne 320 years ago and corks have been popping ever since.