Dom Pérignon Brings Out the Big Guns to Celebrate it Newest Rosé Vintage
Dom Pérignon, kicked off the weekend in a way that only the luxury champagne house could, with a grand celebration filled with performances, stunning people and lots and lots vintage Rosé.
On Friday night, Dom Pérignon along with Chef de Cave Richard Geoffroy, transformed the historic Walter de Maria space to unveil the upcoming Dom Pérignon Rosé Vintage 2004. For the evening the city’s jeunesse dorée were welcomed to swanky oasis filled with magical touches. For instance, the second level of the three-story building was transformed to a grand salon. It included cabaret performances, stilted performers, artistic presentations and light installations and a makeshift stage. On the third level guests enjoyed a spacious filled with plush coaches, gorgeous bartenders and a fancy fireplace.
In addition to the creative touches, the evening also included a, Rosé Cabaret show. The show which was directed and produced by Susanne Bartsch, featured nearly nude performers wowing the crowd with a slew of artist shows inspired by new the vintage. The evening ended with a musical stylings from by DJ Johnny Dynell and of course a gratitous amount of vintage Rosé.