Thursday, May 23, 2024

Dom Pérignon Announces New Scholarship & Partnership

Dom Pérignon is striving to elevate the next generation of restauranteurs with the debut of its partnership with the Culinary Institute of America (CIA). This collaboration launches the inaugural Master’s in Culinary Arts degree, and the iconic Champagne House has pledged to fully fund tuition for 20 students accepted into the program. Its grant also helps underwrite the development of the program. 

Many of our local chefs have graduated from the CIA, the coveted culinary school for those looking to advance their hospitality education. This new two-year program will enable students to learn at world-class restaurants as well as a residency at the Dom Pérignon’s headquarters in France. Students will be immersed in subjects including cooking, culinary history, agriculture, responsible product sourcing, sustainability, entrepreneurship, and business leadership.

“At Dom Pérignon we recognize a responsibility to the future of gastronomy,” says Cellar Master Vincent Chaperon. “Our vision is to nurture a profound appreciation for the art of living in the next generation. The Dom Pérignon Scholarship Fund, made possible through the Culinary Institute of America, is the first step in bringing that vision to life.”

Candidates can apply online here.

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Christie Galeano-DeMott
Christie Galeano-DeMott
Christie is a food lover, travel fanatic, bookworm, Francophile, and she believes art in all its forms is good for the soul. When she’s not writing about the incredible dishes, people and places that capture South Florida's culture and vibe, Christie is irresistibly happy in the company of her husband and a glass of red wine.

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