These champagne bottles cost US$14,000 and MORE
Champagne has a rather luxurious reputation. Often associated with large, luxurious celebrations, its prices range from the most affordable to the most expensive. But do you know the most expensive bottles of French nectar?
This bottle of Louis Roederer, Cristal Brut 1990 Millennium Cuvee Methuselah has a special price. Its cost of $18,800 is due to the fact that it was produced to commemorate the turn of the millennium with the unique mixture made only once and published only in methuselah format. It was sold for $18,800 at Christie’s New York’s prestigious auction in 2006.
Other of the world’s most expensive champagne bottles
But there are other brands with much more expensive bottles. For example, the 2002 Cristal Louis Roederer Champagne in 24-carat 3L gold is worth up to $50,000. A real work of art whose bottle was handcrafted by French jewellers with 24-carat gold. The bottle is double magnum size (3 litres).
2013 Taste of diamonds
Price: $2.07 million. This Luxurious champagne was launched by the English brand in 2013. A blend of Grand Cru Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. Its high price is also due to its 18-carat white gold label adorned with a 19-carat white diamond.
2013 Armand de Brignac Pink 30-Litre Midas
Price: $275,000. The bottle of champagne is mainly recognized by its size. It weighs 18 kg and measures 40 bottles of standard 75 cl champagne.
Armand de Brignac 15 litres 2011
Price: $90,000 Yet another bottle Armand de Brignac, the brand owned by the famous American rapper Jay-Z. This champagne measures half of the Armand de Brignac Rose 30 Litres Midas.
1996 Dom Pérignon Gold Rose Methuselah
Price: $49,000. There are barely 35 bottles of this Methuselah (6 l) gold-plated. Strong and radiant, this champagne releases roasted accents.
1841 Veuve Clicquot
Price: $34,000. A historical bottle discovered in the remains in a shipwreck in the Baltic Sea. The Acker Merrall & Condit auction sold this magnificent champagne at a price of $34,000.
Price: average of $14,181.81 per bottle. Another bottle found in the 2010 shipwreck. The bottles are about 200 years old and in excellent condition.
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