This popular vintage champagne was named after a champagne residing benedict monk, Dom Pierre Pérignon, who believed hard work brought a monk closer to God. This champagne is unique in the fact that it is a vintage champagne, meaning it only includes grapes from a single year. During the royal wedding of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana, it is said that Dom Pérignon was the champagne of choice; a 1961 vintage to be exact, poured in honor of Princess Diana’s birth year.