A selection of the 10 most expensive champagnes in the world
Moët & Chandon Dom Pérignon Charles and Diana 1961 - €3,666
In 1981, for the British wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana, the last 99 bottles and 12 magnums were imported from France. Although all of the bottles were consumed at the wedding, it is believed that some of the magnums reappeared later.
Boërl & Kroff Magnum 1996 (1,5 liter) - 4 600 €
Coming from a small luxury brand, little known by the general public, the two novices at the origin of this beverage have succeeded in making wonderful products of which it is often said: "If it is not exceptional, it cannot be Boërl & Kroff".
Bollinger - 6 000 euros per bottle
Bollinger is one of the oldest existing champagne houses. Its first vintage was produced in 1795. Today, the company produces more than one million bottles per year.
Moët & Chandon Imperial Vintage (1946) - €6,400
Moët & Chanson Imperial Vintage 1946 is an exceptional wine with notes of citrus, apple, pear and spices. It is aged in oak barrels for 12 years before being bottled.
Louis Roederer Cristal Brut (1947) - € 6800 per bottle
The Louis Roederer Cristale Brut 1947 is an exceptional cuvée with notes of citrus, apple blossom, honeysuckle and white flowers.
Krug - 7 500 € the bottle
Krug is known as the house of Dom Pérignon. It was founded in 1829 by Nicolas Gachard, who had been a sommelier at the Hotel de Crillon in Paris. After tasting a vintage of Dom Pérignon, he decided to start making his own wines.
Dom Perignon - €10,000 per bottle
Dom Pérignon was one of the first winemakers to use yeast to make wine. He also invented sparkling wine by adding sugar to his wine before bottling it. His name became synonymous with champagne because he was the first to bottle his wine under the name "champagne".
Rosé Dom Pérignon by David Lynch (Jeroboam, 3 liters) 1998 - € 10,500
The name Dom Pérignon has a decidedly glorious ring to it, and one of their most expensive bottles of champagne was designed by an equally prestigious name: David Lynch, the legendary film director. Only 10 bottles of 3 liters were produced, which makes them particularly rare and precious.
Collection Krug 1937 signed by Henri and Rémi Krug - €14,777
From 1977 to 2002, Henri Krug was at the head of the famous family vineyard. He is the masterpiece behind the shaping and quality of an elite champagne: Krug, now enjoyed around the world. In 2012, a bottle of the 1937 vintage of the prestigious champagne, signed by the brothers Krug themselves, was sold at auction for the impressive sum of 14 777 €!
Methuselah Louis Roederer, Cristal Brut de 1990, cuvée millénium - 16 580 €
Produced especially for the millennium commemoration, the special luxury vintage of the 1990 Cristal does not disappoint. A small number of 2,000 bottles were produced, synonymous with increasingly rare copies for collectors, which is why their value continues to rise!
Collection Krug 1928 - €18,700
Shipwrecked bottle of Juglar vintage, circa 1820 - €24,000
168 bottles of champagne were found on board a shipwreck
wrecked in November 2010 off the Finnish archipelago of Åland, in the heart of the Baltic Sea. And what a discovery these almost 200-year-old bottles of champagne are, now recognized as some of the most exceptional on the planet! The Juglar champagne house no longer exists since the vineyard was bought and integrated into the Jacquesson house, which makes it unique.
Shipwrecked bottles from Veuve Clicquot from 1841 - € 30,000
Found aboard the same shipwreck that contained the aforementioned 1820 Juglar vintages, the 1841 Veuve Clicquot is not only the most expensive bottle in the collection to have been sold at auction, it is also the oldest in the world.
Rosé Dom Pérignon gold edition of 1996 (8 liters) - 41 159 €
Only 35 gold-plated bottles of this rose-colored champagnewere produced
produced in total. Moreover, it has long held the top spot as the most expensive champagne to be served in bars in Britain.
Champagne brut Goût de Diamant - 1.5 million €
Just so you know, the huge price tag on this bottle is mainly justified by the 19-carat diamond attached to the brand's 18-carat gold plate. If the bottle looks out of this world, so does the nectar inside.
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- Champagne brut Goût de Diamant - 1,5 million €
- Rosé Dom Pérignon gold edition of 1996 (8 liters) - 41 159 €
- Shipwrecked bottles of Veuve Clicquot of 1841 - 30 000 €
- Shipwrecked bottle of cuvée Juglar, circa 1820 - 24 000 €
- Collection Krug 1928 - 18 700 €
- Mathusalem Louis Roederer, Cristal Brut de 1990, cuvée millénium - 16 580 €
- Collection Krug 1937 signed by Henri and Rémi Krug - 14 777 €
- Rosé Dom Pérignon by David Lynch (Jeroboam, 3 liters) 1998 - 10 500 €
- Dom Perignon - 10 000 €
- Krug - 7 500 €
As a general rule, Dom Pérignon vintages are aged for at least seven years blended with great vintages before being released. Obviously, some age much longer
Certainly the two most famous brands Dom Pérignon and Krug.
Rosé champagne is much fruitier than regular champagne. Rosé champagne is also generally much sweeter than wine. Rosé champagne is often more expensive than white champagne because it takes more time and labor to make, and is therefore more expensive.
- Champagne brut Goût de Diamant - 1.5 million €