When Grace returns from the airport to her friends at the restaurant, Renata, Raymond 'forces' her to drink Dom Perignon.
FUN FACT: Sparkling wine can only be called Champagne if it comes from the Champagne region in France. The primary grapes used in the production of Champagne are black Pinot Noir, Pinot Meaunier and, to a lesser extent, Chadonnay. Rarely does a champagne have a vintage but, rather, it is blended over several years.
The photo to the left shows champagne bottles being rotated every so slightly in what is called riddling during the in-bottle second fermentation. The term for this process is referred to as Methode Champenoise and has been the tradition for hundreds of years. Many producers outside the region will include on their label that they adhere to the Methode Champenoise to make their sparkling wines.