Dom Pérignon by David Lynch bottles unveiled in Los Angeles

It was a day of exuberance and basking in the limelight for film-maker David Lynch who unveiled Dom Perignon by David Lynch, a set of limited edition bottles he designed for the Champagne brand. The invitation for the event “dress code: dark”, an attribute that made fans and guests even more curious for it was the first day of summer. The new fangled bottles that hid behind a wall was lifted off by Lynch to be proudly revealed to the documentary crew as well as a mod of curious fans. Highlight of the night was the unveiling of the Dom Pérignon Vintage 2003 and Rosé 2000, by David Lynch, including the two limited edition Jeroboams, especially created by David Lynch for the event, and signed by him on the spot.

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Dom Pérignon by David Lynch” takes the form of two gift boxes: one for Dom Pérignon Vintage 2003, the other for Dom Pérignon Rosé Vintage 2000. For both, David Lynch designed a shield with different patinas, bronze for Dom Pérignon and almost purple for Dom Pérignon Rosé. Thick and metallic, it is marbled with granite tints, glitters of mica. The limited edition Dom Pérignon by David Lynch will be available at selected fine wine purveyors worldwide starting in October.
Overall, the event was a success and David Lynch seemed particularly pleased with himself about his new enterprise.
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