What was the name of the monk famous for his contributions to the Champagne making process?

Pinot Noir
Dom Pérignon
Alphonse Moët
Saint Benedict
In 1718, Canon Godinot pub­lished a set of wine making rules that were said to be es­tab­lished by Dom Pérignon. Prior to blending he would taste the grapes without knowing the source vineyard to avoid in­flu­enc­ing his per­cep­tion­s. Ref­er­ences to his "blind tasting of wine" have led to the common mis­con­cep­tion that Dom Pérignon was blind.

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Pinot Noir
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Alphonse Moët
Saint Benedict
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flagItaly
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flagthe United Kingdom
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flagPoland
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flagGermany
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flagthe United States
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flagthe Netherlands
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flagRepublic of Ireland
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Gender

men63%
women63%
Pinot Noir
9%
10%
Dom Pérignon
63%
63%
Alphonse Moët
9%
12%
Saint Benedict
17%
13%

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