Because every year reveals a fruit,
a risk, a vision.
After a ten-year process,
this vintage makes its appearance
in a limited edition celebrating
the creative passion of an eclectic artist.
Its name? Dom Pérignon Vintage 2008, Lenny Kravitz Edition.
TWO THOUSAND AND EIGHT
A year of all possibilities.
A grey, overcast spring; an unpredictable, subdued summer.
And suddenly, a miracle:
a warm, sunny, blazing September.
After ten years in the cellar, its bracing acidity,
crispness and aromatic purity
are combined with depth, density and complexity.
A unique balance, a lofty character.
An armful of white flowers,
a basket of citrus and stone fruit.
A whiff of crushed mint
and freshly picked aniseed.
Some spicy, woody, roasted undertones.
A luminous, complex bouquet.
A finish that is essentially aromatic,
grey, smoky, eloquent.
A slender, toned, athletic character.
Offer the dual nature of this vintage
cooked or raw dishes, meat or seafood.
Tame its remarkably integrated acidity
with grilled clams or razor shell clams,
adding just a dash of pepper.
Emphasize its effervescence and density
with turmeric or green cardamom,
but also coriander, parsley and fennel.