Dom Pom on Pop Art

For a man who once alloted each of us 15 minutes of fame, Andy Warhol’s own legacy has proven far more robust. Illustrator, film-maker and epicentre of the pop-art movement, Warhol’s significance was reaffirmed back in 2009 when his painting "Eight Elvises" was sold to a private collector for a cool £100 mill.

Now, some 23 years since his death, Dom Pérignon pay tribute to Warhol’s legacy with a limited edition run of pop art design champagne bottles containing their new 2002 Vintage. With "hints of fresh almond and harvest aromas" and "just a subtle, elegant hint of underlying bitterness" (according to Dom Pérignon chef de cave Richard Geoffroy) the champagne will be available from mid-October to those quick enough to snap it up from Harrods, Harvey Nichols or Selfridges.

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The bottles have been specially created by Central Saint Martin’s Design Laboratory (Warhol would doubtless approve), making this a decadent treat for those wishing to inject a little Studio 54 glamour into their lives.