Unit price: HUF 186 667 / litre. Our prices are gross prices.
A collaboration of Lady Gaga, an artist who constantly reinvents herself, and Vincent Chaperon, the cellar master of Dom Pérignon, who creates something new every year. The bottle contains a cuvée from 2010 and the packaging is Lady Gaga's ode to the vintage.
Even if the legend that Benedictine monk Dom Pierre Pérignon (1638-1715) single-handedly invented champagne as a category might not be completely true, it is certain that several elements of the method known today can be linked to him. One of the greatest wine inventors ever known carried out a total of 47 vintages in the Abbey of Hautvillers. It has been a basic principle ever since the beginning that Dom Pérignon can only be made in the best vintages, so it can just be only sold as vintage champagne. Its base wine has always been a blend of two defining varieties, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, in varying proportions, and bottle ageing lasts a minimum of seven years. So the cellar master (it was Richard Geoffroy until 2019) – unlike other big houses – does not follow a finely refined style of their own by blending many vintages and even more varieties to the base wine, but creates a new style in each vintage (if it turns out to be good enough), which is in line with the classic character of the house and the best features of the given vintage. 2010 was a controversial year, many of the big houses didn't even come out with vintage champagnes, but Dom Pérignon made it, even if with a lot of selection and a smaller quantity. The bottle has an old style, like an antique piece of furniture. When poured into the glass, it appears vibrant and full of life, with the house's signature tropical fruit and mineral aromas, then a lean, multi-layered and precise palate. Such is one of the greatest classics of the wine world.