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Singapore Airlines removing Dom Pérignon from First Class and Suites

One of the world's most recognised Champagne labels will no longer feature on board Singapore Airlines flights from next month, with vintage Dom Pérignon being discontinued in the carrier's top cabins.

Singapore Airlines is making changes to the Champagne offering in its First Class and Suites cabins from next month, which will see its longstanding vintage 2008 and 2009 Dom Pérignon option discontinued, with flights then offering a choice of Krug Grande Cuvée or 2008-vintage Taittinger Comtes de Champagne.


While this certainly isn’t the worst news in the world, it does represent the loss of what’s probably the most recognisable brand name from the current Champagne selection in these cabins.

Toasting the first ever Vaccinated Travel Lane flight from Germany to Singapore in September 2021 with a glass of 2008 Dom Pérignon in First Class. (Photo: MainlyMiles)

Dom Pérignon is being withdrawn

From 1st November 2022, SIA will slim down its Champagne offering in the First Class and Suites cabin by removing the option of vintage Dom Pérignon for the first time in many years.

First revealed yesterday by View from The Wing via a forum post, we have since confirmed the new policy directly with the airline.

“With effect from 1 Nov 2022, Dom Pérignon champagne will no longer be available on board Singapore Airlines flights.

“Our customers enjoy a wide range of range of world-class champagnes and fine wines on board our flights, including Krug Grande Cuvée and Taittinger Comtes de Champagne for all Suites and First Class customers.”

SIA spokesperson

In the past, SIA offered Dom Pérignon or Krug in First Class and Suites, but the airline introduced a third Champagne option for its most prestige cabins back in October 2019.

This came in the form of the vintage Taittinger Comtes de Champagne, but in reality only two of the three Champagnes were loaded on each flight, with the selection rotating by season on each route.