What is rignon?

Some articles on rignon:

Moët & Chandon - Dom Perignon
... Dom Pérignon (/ˌdɒmpɛrɪˈnjɒn/ ) is a brand of Champagne produced by Moët et Chandon ... It is named after Dom Pérignon, a Benedictine monk who was an important quality pioneer for Champagne wine but who, contrary to popular myths, did not discover the champagne method for making sparkling ... Dom Pérignon was the first prestige cuvée, an idea proposed by Englishman Laurence Venn ...
Dom Pérignon
... Dom Pérignon can refer to Dom Pérignon (monk), a monk frequently credited with the invention of champagne Dom Pérignon (wine), a famous and expensive champagne produced by Moët et Chandon ...
History Of Champagne - Early History - Dom Pérignon
... Most important, in Dom Pérignon's mind, was that red grapes like Pinot noir were less likely to become "volatile" in the spring and produce bubbles like the white grapes had a tendency to ... of bubbles in his wines was considered a fault and Dom Pérignon set out to develop precise techniques to limit the likelihood of this fault occurring ... Dom Pérignon was a staunch advocate of aggressive pruning, dictating that vines should grow no higher than 1 metre (3 ft) and produce small yields ...
Moët & Chandon - Dom Perignon - Current Production
... vintages need at least 12 years ageing to nurture Dom Pérignon's signature silky mousse" ... As of 2008, the current release of Dom Pérignon is from the 2000 vintage and the current release of Dom Pérignon Rosé is from the 1998 vintage ... The current (2009) winemaker is Richard Geoffroy, who has been Chef de Cave for Dom Pérignon since 1998 ...
Army Of The Eastern Pyrenees - History - 1794: French Victories
... infantry divisions under MG Dominique Pérignon, MG Pierre Augereau, and MG Pierre Sauret ... Both Pérignon and Augereau, as well their subordinates BG Claude Victor and Colonel Jean Lannes, later became Marshals of France under the First French Empire ... During the siege, Pérignon fought the Spanish at La Junquera on 7 June, in an action that saw the death of La Barre ...