Dom Perignon

Exploring Dom Pérignon P2 1998 at Joshua Tree
While Dom Pérignon's Chef de Cave (in essence, cellar master and winemaker) Richard Geoffroy admittedly loves California, that isn't the reason why the brand hosted a series of tastings for Dom Pérignon's P2 1998 there. This past week, Geoffroy guided...
Decoding Dom Pérignon in Hautvillers, France
On the third day of Dom Pérignon's annual grape harvest, we joined the team in the pinot noir fields of Ay, in the heart of France's celebrated Champagne region and toured their medieval abbey grounds in Hautvillers. This was the second stage of their...
Dom Pérignon's 1998 Second Plénitude
At the foot of a remote ice-capped volcano in Southern Iceland—accessible only by a specially equipped SUV or helicopter—around an arrangement of seats made entirely of mirrors, stands Dom Pérignon's head winemaker and Chef de Cave Richard Geoffroy...
Interview: Richard Geoffroy
One of my favorite people to sit down and have a glass of champagne with is Dom Pérignon's head wine maker, the doctor turned Chef de Cave Richard Geoffroy. He's a magician, a poet and a man deeply passionate about the quirks of the land and...
Dom Pérignon by David Lynch
Spending an afternoon with David Lynch in the penthouse of the Chateau Marmont isn't necessarily an everyday occurrence—the filmmaker, known for his surrealistic visions, actually admits that he rarely leaves the house if he doesn't have...
Dom Pérignon: Vintage 2003
The summer of 2003 was blistering hot in France, only to be followed by an extreme winter and harsh spring filled with unusual frosts that destroyed a majority of the Côte des Blancs Chardonnay crop. While this doesn't sound ideal to anyone...