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

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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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