Across the Table: Dom Pérignon's Richard Geoffroy seeks new pairings for Champagne Richard Geoffroy has been the chef de cave for the prestige French Champagne Dom Pérignon for more than two decades. But he's far from the sedate cellar master you'd expect, especially when it comes to matching the famous wine with food. Instead of waxing poetic over caviar or black truffles, his tastes run to black mole as well as Japanese kaiseki and Chinese regional cuisine.
June 29, 2013 - Los Angeles Times
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