Jodi Lyn O’Keefe Douglas Little Dom Perignon P2-1998

Jodi Lyn O’Keefe with her boyfriend Douglas Little at The Dom Perignon Celebrates P2-1998 : Joshua Tree California Elrod House, Palm Springs, CA.

Precise and tactile to the point of seamlessness, tense through rhythm and vibrancy, vigorous and fresh yet mature, intense and complex, such is the sensual style of Dom Pérignon: so inviting, yet so mysterious…

To create “the best wine in the world” — such was the ambitious statement of young Dom Pierre Pérignon, as he was named the cellarer of Hautvillers Abbey -located in the heart of Champagne- in 1668.

Gifted with a visionary mind, Dom Pierre Pérignon created, perfected and improved on rudimentary techniques to create a wine like no other. The Abbey’s holdings flourished under his tenure, in particular its vineyards.

The wine of Dom Pierre Pérignon was the result of imagination, experimentation and audacity, the achievement of a lifetime dedicated to the quest for perfection.
The Benedictine monk was the exact contemporary of Louis XIV. The fame of his wines extended beyond the Champagne region to Versailles because the “wine of Père Pérignon” was ordered by the official merchants supplying the court of the Sun King.

Dom Pérignon: the Power of Creation

Under the creative leadership of cellar master Richard Geoffroy, Dom Pérignon is reinvented with every Vintage. The miraculous concept of assemblage, the delicate balance between Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, the commitment to Vintage are instrumental in the act of creation, revealing the wine’s extra soul.

Precise and tactile to the point of seamlessness, tense through rhythm and vibrancy, vigorous and fresh yet mature, intense and complex, such is the sensual style of Dom Pérignon: so inviting, yet so mysterious…

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