Rosé 2008 x Marfa
To celebrate the release of Rosé Vintage 2008, Dom Pérignon journeyed with a group of creatives to the arts community of Marfa, Texas to bring to life The Thrill of the Unknown.
Marfa is a paradox. It is at once a small remote town in the Chihuahan desert with less than 2,000 residents, and at the same time, it is an international arts mecca visited by artists and intellectuals from all over the world.
The blue-chip art in the town intertwines and interacts with the ethereal landscapes and soulful terrain. Marfa shares this dualism with Dom Pérignon.
Dom Pérignon’s crew of luminaries included actors Alton Mason and Evan Mock, filmmaker Dree Hemingway, musician Kilo Kish, fashion designer Aurora James, creative director Nicola Formichetti, and a host of other culture shapers in tech, fashion, music, media and design.
When Dom Pérignon chooses to be rosé, it is a radical declaration of freedom. Freedom to explore. Freedom to cast aside conventions and push the boundaries of creation.
Dom Pérignon Rosé springs from this desire to dare, seizing the red of the pinot noir grape in its primal radiance, capturing its vital power in a bold, assertive assemblage.
Tempered by a slow, masterful transformation during nearly 12 years in the cellar, Dom Pérignon Rosé is untamed and carnal, both light and dark, magnetic.
Its vibration embraces the thrill of the unknown and is an invitation to explore.