Dom Perignon and David Lynch Champagne: for the person who has, well, nearly everything . . .

For no other reason than it evokes pure luxury, elegance and it is a mighty special drop of Champagne, this reads like a very sleek collaboration . . .

Over the last year, film-maker David Lynch and Dom Pérignon have enjoyed a close and fruitful relationship.

Dom Pierre Pérignon life’s work was guided by the single aim of experimenting and innovating to create what he named “the best wine in the world”. Today, each new vintage of Dom Pérignon is inspired by the same quest.  David Lynch, meanwhile, is one of the most influential artists of our time, is best known as a film-maker (Elephant Man – 1980, Blue Velvet – 1986, Wild at Heart – 1990, Mulholland Drive – 2001), however he is also a musician, painter, photographer, actor and art director. His personality, freedom and daring have elevated him to the status of modern icon.

The paths of Dom Pérignon and David Lynch, both master experimenters first collided last year when Dom Pérignon unveiled the advertising campaign of the Dom Pérignon 2003 Vintage, photographed by David Lynch.

After photographing the bottles of Dom Pérignon, David Lynch has given them a new look in a limited edition, designed and signed by the Californian director.

“Dom Pérignon by David Lynch” takes the form of a gift box for Dom Pérignon Vintage 2003.

What more to say than, you’ll have to wait until December 2012, from at selected retailers for $299 RRP.

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