The 10 Most Expensive Luxury Champagne Bottles
Nothing is better for a celebration than a bottle of Champagne.
Sparkling wine dates back in 17th-century France as an experiment for kings and queens. The process was later improved and made better by Benedictine monk Dom Pierre Pérignon. Nowadys, sparkling wine is produced from grapes of different varieties such as Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, or Pinot Meunier all around the world.
But there are also other bottles that are so exclusive that they’re available only in high class clubs or by special order. Many of them have prices of thousands of dollars. These are 10 most expensive bottles of Champagne in the world. Read them bellow.
10. Salon Blanc de Blancs Le Mesnil-sur-Oger (1.5 Liter Magnum) 2002
It has a prices of almost $899.
Blanc De Blancs is the one of the most uniques of Salon. It’s the only Champagne produced by this label and is made out of a blend of Chardonnay grapes from Le Mesnil-sur-Oger in the Côte des Blancs region of Champagne, France.
This Champagne is very powerful and lively, but delicate at the same time with flavors of honeyed orange flower, citrus fruits, and fresh madeleine buns. As for the taste, the Champagne is really rich.
9. Champagne Krug Vintage Brut (1.5 Liter) 1988
It has a cost of almost $949.99 on the market.
Starting from the 1843, six generations of the Krug family have produced a special Champagne. They are the only Champagne producers that continue fermenting their wine in oak casks.
The Krug 1988, which spent more than a decade aging, has an explosive taste on the palate with enormous depth and complexity and helds an astonishing freshness with notes of dried figs and ripe quince.
8. Champagne Krug Clos du Mesnil Blanc de Blancs 1995
The $969 Champagne is the perfect choice for fanatics of rarity. The 1995 vintage Champagne was just released from the Krug cellars. The Blanc de Blancs has poweful nutty and honey notes of great Chardonnay wines held togather with crispness and freshness.
7. Pol Roger Sir Winston Churchill (3 Liter) 1988
Pol Roger is one of the rare remaining family big-brand. This brand Champagne produces not more than 120,000 cases per year.
Sir Winston Churchill was a fan of Pol Roger Champagne and after that became the inspiration for this aromatic 1988 Champagne.
This champagne has a cost of $1,175.
6. Veuve Clicquot Yellowboam Ostrich Limited
The winemakers behind this famous champagne created only 3,200 limited edition bottles of this Yellowboam Ostrich. In the label there are featured exotic Ostrich-leather seals and 22.4-carat gold, covered with a 24-carat gold-plated cap inscribed with Madam Clicquot’s signature.
This Champagne is a blend of 50 to 60 different grape varieties.
This is the sixth Champagne of the list with a price of $1,599 on the market.
5. Armand de Brignac Brut Gold – Ace of Spades (3 Liter)
The Cattier family, producers of Armand de Brignac, have a rich and storied history as an elite Champagne house.
In the tiny Champagne village of Chigny les Roses, the Cattiers have owned and cultivated family vineyards since 1763.
The Cattier cellars are on the group of the oldest in Champagne, with three styles of architecture represented in the caverns: Gothic, Renaissance, and Roman; Armand de Brignac is aged in a special, gated section of the deepest part of these cellars, 119 steps underground.
Marvelously complex and full-bodied, its bouquet is both fresh and lively, with light floral notes.
It has a price of $2,239.
4. Champagne Krug Clos d’Ambonnay 1995
Krug Clos d’Ambonnay is a new addition to the prestige Champagne house of Krug. Made out of 100% Pinot Noir, this is the first Blanc de Noirs Champagne Krug has produced and comes from the prestigious 1.7 acre single-vineyard, Clos d’Ambonnay.
This special champagne has a price of $3,999.
3. Armand de Brignac Brut Gold Ace of Spades (6 Liter)
This Armand de Brignac Brut Gold is the label’s 6-liter cuveé, made out of a perfect blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Meunier wine.
Just the same as the smaller version, this non-vintage sparkling wine is lively and has a full-body with a delicious creamy texture and a long, silk end.
2. Dom Pérignon Rosé by David Lynch (Jeroboam, 3 Liter) 1998
The $11,179 exclusive Champage is from the most famous brand, Dom Pérignon.
This Dom Pérignon Rosé comes from the largest Champagne house in France. This bottle is one of 10 bottles designed by the Hollywood director David Lynch specifically for Dom Perignon.
This vintage rosé has floral, orange, and dried-fruit aromas and shows a fullness in texture togather with a balanced structure that is both sophisticated and clear-cut.
1. Dom Pérignon Rose Gold (Mathusalem, 6 Liter) 1996
This $49,000 Dom Pérignon Rose Gold is the first on the list.
There were only 35 bottles of the 6-liter gold-plated Dom Pérignon Mathusalem produced. On the nose, this vintage rosé has scents of malt covered with smoky accents. In the taste, it’s strong, tense, radiant, and sharp with a firm finish.