Light, bubbly, and easy for your guests to drink, the versatility of Champagne makes is the perfect drink to serve for any event and celebration. As one of the most valuable drinks in the world, Champagne also holds the title for the preferred drink of the nobility.
Found perfectly preserved in 1997 in a wreckage from a ship, this bottle of Champagne is considered the holy grail of all Champagnes. Lost at see in 1916, this bottle of Champagne is expensive because of it’s age and out of the ordinary tale.
Armand de Brignac holds a true passion for winemaking and an unmatched expertise in the art of Champagne. This particular bottle was purchased by a UK businessman and carried a massive 30 liters of liquid, weighing over 100 lbs.
As the most expensive single bottle of Champagnes in the world, this Alexander Amosu designed bottle of wine is produced at a family-owned Champagne Chapuy in Oger. Released by 29-year-old Shammi Shinh in 2013, this Champagne is said to have a floral, creamy texture but it’s the actual bottle itself which places this pricy drink at the top of the list.