Top 10 Most Expensive Champagnes in the World
Champagne came from one area in France and since people commercialized this drink, Champagne became a special ceremonial drink that must be available. People drink champagne to celebrate something, to rejoice victories and sometime, to shortly forget stress. In this post, we are going to talk about 10 most expensive champagne in the world include the price tag. Most of the champagnes below are old and sold in auction
10. Bollinger Blanc de Noirs Vieilles Vignes Francaises 1997: $650
The main ingredient of Bollinger Blanc de Noirs Vieilles Vignes Francaises is pinot noir grapes combined with scent of vanilla. It sparkles like gold and the taste is amazing. However, enjoying a bottle of Bollinger Blanc de Noirs Vieilles Vignes Francaises is costing $650 a bottle. Be ready for it.
9. Krug, Clos Du Mesnil 1995: $750
Clos Du Mesnil 1995 came from a champagne producer Krug who was launched by Johann Joseph in 1843.Special for Clos Du Mesnil the company sold if $750 a bottle. Forbes already listed Clos du Mesnil as one of the priciest champagne production in the world
8. Dom Perignon 1966: $1965
Dom Pérignon was a Benedictine monk who made vintage champagnes since 1921.Dom Perignon 1966 is a vintage collection production and it compose tasty wine combined with woody aroma and pestilent floral scent.
7. Krug Clos d’Ambonnay 1995: $3, 500
Krug Clos d’Ambonnay 1995 came from a Krug house lead by Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy. It is one of view finest sparkling champagne available on the market and one of the most reputable champagne in ever
6. Perrier-Jouet Wine: $6, 485
The champagne came with a price $6.486 a set and one set composes 12 bottles. The bottles contain vintage booze combined with flowers and fruits aroma. The intricate ingredient sparkles composition and tasty flavors make the champagne rare and pricey
5. Cristal Brut 1990 “Methuselah”:$ $17, 625
Cristal Brut 1990 is a 6 liters gold label vintage champagne that was featured in Sotheby’s New York around 6 years later and purchased by undisclosed buyer for $17,625
4. 1928 Krug: $21, 000
on March 2008, a buyer purchased the 1928 Krug at Acker Merral and Condit auction Hong Kong. The buyer purchased it for $21,000. The producer made 1928 Krug from the freshest and best grapes available in Italy. The seller said 1928 Krug came from grapes harvest in 1926 and it was bottled 2 years later
3. Dom Perignon White-Gold Jeroboam: $40, 000
In 2005, 3 liters of Dom Perignon white-gold jeroboam purchased to welcome a new year and one purchased it for $40,000. The expensive price was not coming from the booze inside but it came from the white gold bottle that contains the champagne.
2 Pernod-Ricard Perrier-Jouet: $50, 000
One set of Pernod Richard Perrier-Jouet composes 12 bottle and it is marketed specially for people who afford to pay 100 grand. Pernod-Ricard Perrier-Jouet is customizable champagne and buyer can pick any liqueur to fill the bottle. It came from Eastern France and according to the seller, seven packets of Pernord-Richard had been purchased and the buyers came from Japan, China, Russia, Switzerland, France include UK and US. Include with the product is a special case that ensure the freshness of the champagne for 8 months
1. Shipwrecked 1907 Heidsieck: $275,000.
Heidsieck winery sent the champagne for Russian’s royal in 1916 but in the middle of the shipping, the ship got storm and wrecked in the middle of the ocean. 80 years later, in 1997, 200 bottles of this champagne were recovered and offered to a millionaire, who spent a night at Ritz-Carlton in Moscow. Remarkably, the affluent tourist purchased it for $275,000. The historical value and the rarity were 2 factors what make the champagne become the most expensive champagne in recent year