Wonder if they taste as supernatural as their unbelievable price tags?
2013 Taste of Diamonds – $2.07 million
Taste of Diamonds 2013, a blend of Grand Cru Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier. It’s logo is handcrafted from 18-carat gold and accented by a 19-carat white diamond. Deeply floral, refreshing and creamy texture, ends with a light and elegant finish.
2013 Armand de Brignac Rose 30-Liter Midas – $275,000
Over 40 pounds, 4 feet, equivalent to 40 standard-size bottles. Complex fruity and floral.
2011 Armand de Brignac 15-Liter – $90,000
Fifteen liters sparkling wine in one giant bottle
1996 Dom Perignon Rose Gold Methuselah – $49,000
Only 35 of this bubbly ever sold, gold plated, equivalent of six litres. Strong, radiant and firm taste.
1820 Juglar Cuvee – $43,500
Resurrected Champagne, spirited bottles overcame sea wreck, reached auction houses.
1959 Dom Perignon – $42,350
Only 306 bottles of the 1959 Rosé Vintage were ever produced, never officially sold. In 1971, the Shah of Iran ordered several bottles, to celebrate the 2500th anniversary of the founding of Persian Empire, by Cyrus the Great.
1841 Veuve Clicquot – $34,000
“Message in a Bottle” turns “Fortune in a Bottle”, 7th in top ten most expensive bottles.
Part of the Baltic Sea shipwreck haul.
Happy with the humble ones in my chiller….!