Dom Pérignon + Morgenstern’s Ice Cream Experiential Tasting Menu

Architect Stephanie Goto's limited-run, seven-course pairing opens to the public

Only a multidisciplinary designer and architect could conjure the exquisite, unexpected confluence of form and flavor found within Morgenstern’s Finest Ice Cream‘s new seven-course Dom Pérignon pairing menu—a poetic dining experience that’s far more than ice cream and champagne. Timed according to the release of, and designed (in part) to pair with, Dom Pérignon’s Vintage 2003 Plénitude 2, architect Stephanie Goto‘s ice cream-infused omakase menu—devised …

The Legacy of Dom Pérignon’s Chef de Cave, Richard Geoffroy

From the masterful 2008 vintage to developing a worthy successor, Vincent Chaperon

Celebrating a new vintage of Dom Pérignon is always an event, and doing it at its spiritual home in the fields of the Hautvilliers Abbey in France’s Champagne region, all the more so. But this wasn’t a typical release. The adjectives and superlatives of the industry fly around faster than most can keep up with, but everyone is saying that the 2008 vintage will go …

Exploring Dom Pérignon P2 1998 at Joshua Tree

Why the prestige brand's vintage felt at home in the desert

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 us through the brand’s luxuriant Second Plénitude vintage in Joshua Tree National Park and at two Mid-Century Modern homes in and around Palm Springs, California. …