The Dom Diva Champagne Gift Basket

$399.00

a wicker basket with Dom Perignon (Current Vintage) and an array of Godiva Chocolates and/or snacks

Have questions? Contact a team member at 1-888-272-0220.

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    The Dom Diva Champagne Gift Basket

    Chocolates and Champagnes are a prestigious way of saying thank you or congratulations. Weddings gifts, house warming gifts, or even a bachelorette gift all serve a fantastic purpose for this basket. You are certain to stun your recipient with this lavish gift of The Dom Diva Champagne Gift Basket!

    In a wicker basket comes a current vintage bottle of Dom Pérignon Champagne and a grand array of chocolate & cookies. Godiva, Lindt, Ghirardelli, and other brands can be included but are not limited to. A champagne as prestige as Dom deserves only the best chocolates which is wide we paired it with world-renowned chocolates. You’ll have a variety of Godiva products like truffles, chocolate bars, and chocolate covered pretzels. A Dom Perignon and Godiva gift basket aimed to impress and conquer.

    A monk and cellar master at the Benedictine Abbey in Hautvillers (north-east France,) Dom Pérignon pioneered a multitude of techniques for winemaking in the 1670s. Being able to deal with grape’s flaws, he was the first to coalesce the grapes to improve the overall quality of the finished product: wine. He captured the process of bottling champagne wines in order to capture the bubble and maintain their natural sugars. Pérignon also invented a technique to produce clear fluids from black grapes and introduced corks which were fastened with hemp strings soaked in oil. This kept the wines sparkling and crisp. A true pioneer of his time, Dom changed the champagne game.

    The Dom Diva Champagne Gift Basket

    Godiva currently has over 600 store front locations  throughout the world, including the United States, Europe, and Asia. Founded in 1926 in Bussels, Belgium, the first chocolate boutique was opened by founder Joseph Draps in honor of the legend Lady Godiva. Lady Godiva was an Anglo-Saxon noblewoman from the 11th century until the 13th century. She rode naked, covered only by her long hair. A gentleman named Tom was struck blind or dead for watching her ride though the town, hence the name “Peeping Tom.”

    Have questions? Contact a team member at 1-888-272-0220.