Dom Pérignon 2002 in Warhol Limited Edition Bottles
Famed French champagne house Dom Pérignon is paying tribute to the late, great Andy Warhol with a limited edition series of bottles designed in Pop Art colors echoing the artist's famous silkscreens. Created for Dom Pérignon by the Design Laboratory at London's Central Saint Martin's School of Art & Design, the bottles come in three neon hues (blue, red and yellow) and contain Dom Pérignon's exclusive new 2002 Vintage champagne, which will not be released to the public until the fall. The limited edition bottles will be available worldwide beginning October 15th for $150 apiece. When served in certain exclusive venues they come accompanied by special ice buckets that bathe the contents in color to match, along with champagne glasses featuring a silkscreen-style version of Dom Pérignon's signature shield.
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Richards tasting note;
"Wonderfully affectionate and origin typical. A great Dom Perignon as charms from the start, but certainly not to be opened the next five years. The silkyness and balance impresses most on me"