The French champagne house Dom Pérignon has collaborated with the promising 30-year-old Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen on creation of the limited-edition package design for Dom Pérignon Vintage 2004, as well as on a rather whimsical art object called Cocoonase.
Dom Pérignon is explaining the audience what food tastes best with its rosé champagne variety. The brand has recently hosted an exclusive tasting event for enthusiasts and now it’s bringing its unique atmosphere online, letting consumers recreate the menu of the event. The range of best-fitting foods that allows to understand the rosé 2003 was developed by 10 recognized chefs.
The Dom Pérignon champagne brand has joined forces with the iconic contemporary artist Jeff Koons to create a limited-edition version of a bottle, a giftbox and a bottle holder in line with his balloon-themed artistic style. For the project, the master has adapted its “Balloon Venus” magenta sculpture, inspired by a paleolithic fertility figurine, the Venus of Willendorf, discovered in Austria and dated back to around 23 000 BC.
Sotheby’s announced an addition to the 21 May wine auction in Hong Kong. A vertical of Dom Pérignon Rosé Œnotheque, a world première release from the reserve cellar of Dom Pérignon, never commercially released before, will be included in the sale, in addition to exclusive lots of Château Cheval Blanc and Château d’Yquem.