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    41428-9
    Wine growers. The Hautvillers abbey (low relief of Dom Pérignon). Champagne region. Epernay (France), 1931-1934. Martin-Flot champagne. Photograph by François Kollar (1904-1979). Paris, Bibliothèque Forney.
    © François Kollar / Bibliothèque Forney / Roger-Viollet
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    © François Kollar / Bibliothèque Forney / Roger-Viollet
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    Dom Perignon (Pierre - 1639-1715), Benedictine of the Congregation of Saint-Varme who gave his fame to the Champagne wine. Statue.
    © Albert Harlingue / Roger-Viollet
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    2733 x 3927 pixels (607 Ko)

    © Albert Harlingue / Roger-Viollet
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    Léon Joseph Chavalliaud (1858-1921). Statue of Dom Pierre Pérignon (1639-1715), Benedictine monk, inventor of the process permiting to obtain regular bubbles in the champagne's manufacture. Sainte-Menehould (France).
    © CAP / Roger-Viollet
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    © CAP / Roger-Viollet
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    Statue de Dom Pierre Pérignon (1639-1715), cellerier de l'abbaye d'Hautvillers dont le cloître et les grands vignobles sont la propriété de la maison "Moët & Chandon". Epernay (France).
    © TopFoto / Roger-Viollet
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    4128 x 4231 pixels (6045 Ko)

    © TopFoto / Roger-Viollet
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    Fred Chandon, CEO of Moët & Chandon.
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    © Jack Nisberg / Roger-Viollet
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    Statue of Dom Pierre Pérignon (1639-1715), Benedictine monk, inventor of the process permiting to obtain regular bubbles in the champagne's manufacture. Sainte-Menehould (France).
    © Roger-Viollet
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    3340 x 3567 pixels (1076 Ko)

    © Roger-Viollet
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    40927-1
    "> Bouteille de champagne "Dom Pérignon" oenothèque, vintage 1966. Royaume-Uni, 11 avril 1966. Photo Gretel Ensignia.

    © TopFoto / Roger-Viollet
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    José Frappa (1854-1904). Vendangeurs du champagne Dom Pérignon dans la maison de Moët et Chandon.
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    2363 x 1686 pixels (2012 Ko)

    © TopFoto / Roger-Viollet
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    Dom Pierre Pérignon (1638-1715), French Benedictine monk at the Hautvilliers abbey and inventor of sparkling champagne.
    © Collection Roger-Viollet / Roger-Viollet
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    3905 x 6226 pixels (3752 Ko)

    © Collection Roger-Viollet / Roger-Viollet
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