Moet, the French champagne house most famous for its Dom Perignon brand, is going a little gay. A new label from the sparkling wine producer is set to be released next month themed around the late gay artist Andy Warhol.
Warhol wrote in his diaries about his love of Dom Perignon, which created the synergy for incorporating his signature neon pastel colors into a series of six labels for the highly prized vintage. It’s the first time Dom has changed its label in this way. The first shipment to the U.S. is “on its way as we speak,” I was told by an insider. It will be on sale in Texas next month.
Until then, we’ll just have to make do with Moet’s Nectar Imperial (also available in rose), one of the most delicious wines you’ll ever taste. Its tiny bubbles and fruity elegance are heavenly for champagne lovers. And it costs a lot less than Dom.