Édouard Brun launches an exceptional champagne cuvée for its 120th anniversary
The first one is a blend of pinot noir (70%) and chardonnay (30%). As an exceptional cuvée deserves an equally extraordinary packaging, this premier cru comes in a Methuselah version, in a handmade porcelain bottle. It is decorated with inscriptions in luxurious 24-carat gold.
The second one is made of grapes from land classified as “grand cru“. It is a limited edition with only 500 copies, which is called Art Edition. It comes in a colourful bottle designed by American artist James Rizzi.
They will be available for sale from November. However, these two editions are not for everyone’s budget. Allow 6500 € for the premier cru Sensorium and 8000 € for the grand cru Art Edition Sensorium.
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