Dom Pérignon by David Lynch

We talk to the filmmaker about his foray into champagne

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 to. As the son of a forester, Lynch grew up spending time with his father in their woodshop, and now enjoys time at home creating his own art, photography …

Dom Pérignon: Vintage 2003

The world's preeminent brand of bubbly launches their most intense vintage to date

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, such conditions are even more peril when your business is producing vintage Champagne. Thanks to the inclement weather that year, no house could …