Dom Pérignon Champagne
Dom Pérignon Champagne has been appeared in several James Bond movies. Bond has a particular taste and often prefers another year than the one he is served. The literary James Bond first drinks Dom Perignon in the novel Moonraker, when he has two bottles of the Dom Pérignon '46.
Dom Pérignon champagnes used in the movies:
Dr. No: Dom Pérignon '55 (Bond says he prefers the '53)
Goldfinger: Bond says he prefers Dom Pérignon '53
Thunderball: Dom Pérignon '55
You Only Live Twice: Dom Pérignon '59
On Her Majesty's Secret Service: Dom Pérignon '57
Man with the Golden Gun: Dom Pérignon '64 (Bond says he prefers the '62)
The Spy Who Loved Me: Bond mentions a Dom Pérignon '52 when he says about Stromberg, “Any man who drinks Dom Perignon ’52 can’t be all bad.”
A perfect snack with Dom Pérignon champagne would be some Beluga Caviar, as Bond orders in Thunderball.