The excitement continues in the Champagne region. After LVMH acquired Jay-Z’s Armand de Brignac, it was Dom Pérignon ‘s turn. The brand will work side by side with the Bvlgari Serpenti line. And so the daring snake of Bvlgari and the forbidden fruit of the perlage of Dom Pérignon Rosé meet in an intriguing game of seduction. The partnership’s outcome will be an exclusive limited edition of Dom Pérignon rosé vintage 2004 x Bvlgari. The only four copies in the world will be available on request in the cities of Milan, Paris, London and Tokyo.
The collaboration stems from the shared vision of the two houses, as underlined by Bvlgari Lucia Silvestri and the chef de cave Dom Pérignon Vincent Chaperon. Both brands are driven by a perpetual sense of renewal and the pursuit of elegance. How Bvlgari creates jewels with rare and precious stones, so Dom Pérignon tries to reinvent itself with each Vintage with its fine Vintage.
Inside the limited edition’s wooden coffee, covered with the saffron and fuchsia colors characteristic of the jewelry brand, you will find a Bvlgari necklace (made to measure) that embraces a Dom Pérignon x Bulgari limited-edition rosé vintage 2004 magnum bottle. To underline the union of the two elements, the necklace snake is pink, while the bottle is covered with flakes. The label also guarantees the touch of class in rose gold tones.
In addition to surprising for its precious casket, Dom Pérignon’s Rosé Vintage 2004 enchants the palate with a full-bodied lightness, destined to leave its mark among the Vintage of the Maison. Born from the desire to dare and capture the primordial nuances of Pinot Noir, this Rosé reveals intense notes of currant, wild strawberries, and citrus to the nose.