There isn’t any as thrilling opening to a celebration as that of opening the champagne bottle. That sight of shaking the bottle and that sound of cork popping out! It just triggers the party feeling and multiplies the excitement in hooting. Whoa! And when the champagne falls in the tall glass, it is just another ravishing experience.
It looks luxury. It sounds sophisticated. It tastes magnificent. It feels elite. It is our parties’ showstopper- Champagne!
Whenever it is champagne, it is everything opulence, sumptuousness and richness! To pour in more regality, it has to be more in the value of bucks.
Be ready to feel startled in the head with our 15 most expensive champagnes in the world 2016!
15. Engraved Krug Brut David Sugar
Price- Well nigh $1,806
Even though last to be named here, this is certainly not “reasonable” in price. This is a limited edition bottle and hence the reason for the hiked price. It has its origin from Northern France giving it another explanation for being in the list. The name is so because it has “Quail Design in Flowering Tree” engraved aristocratically on it, a masterpiece crafted only in chosen Krug Brut champagnes.
14. Moet & Chandon Dom Perignon by Karl Lagerfeld
Price- Well nigh $1,955
This is another limited edition bottle composed by Moet and Chandon in 1988 and enhanced by the exemplary designer Karl Lagerfeld of Germany. They together have redefined the lushness of the champagne world and given the drinkers a class apart experience of taste! When two iconic leaders play with the drink, the outcome has to be affluent!
13. Krug Private Cuvée
Price- Well nigh $1,989
The name Krug itself boasts of being “wealthy”. Brand a bottle as “Krug” and the value of its label becomes pricey naturally. If you want to be immersed in a royal taste, this champagne has to be your pick up, only if you don’t mind feeling light at your wallet. But then it is totally worth your “repeat” mode.
12. Boërl & Kroff Brut Rose
Price- Well nigh $2,198
We can’t thank enough Michael Drappier for vinifying his land with the world’s finest and most excellent berries. His Champagne House Drappier led to the emergence of one of our favorite brand Boerl and Kroff. The delectable blending of Pinot Meunier and Pinot Noir gives such an exotic taste that we won’t mind the price paid for the B & K Brut Rose.
11. Armand De Brignac Brut Gold (3 Liter)
Price- Well nigh $2,239
Worldly known as the “Ace of Spades”, it is a beautiful bottle with so very pleasing taste. The balancing of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier wine is just unbelievably perfect. It is non- vintage champagne, the label of which is the flagship cuveé. What is more delightful about this drink is that it is enveloped with “subtle brioche accents”. Isn’t this so smooth and silky and creamy to sound?
10. Moët & Chandon Dom Perignon White Gold
Price- Well nigh $2,467
The universe drools over the refined quality of Moet and Chandon’s champagnes. Their limited edition White Gold is bubbly to excite you. A LOT! Want to know about the icing to the cake? Well, the exclusive drink comes with a special package. To wow you, it is articulated in a plate of white gold and the words “Dom Perignon” are printed by laser technique. So now there is no doubt why is it such a panache and opulence.
9. Boërl & Kroff Brut
Price- Well nigh $2,489
This is the basic version of B & K Brut Rose. It fetches the high price not only in the name of its makers but because of the superlative quality. The specialty lies in the ingredients of this drink coming from the grape juice squeezed from the first press. One can never forget to mention this name when it comes to “world’s most amazing and rich champagnes”. This is the perfect combo of diplomacy and delicacy.
8. Krug Clos d’Ambonnay
Price- Well nigh $2700-3500
When the Krug is the producer is Krug and the holder is Louis Vuitton and Moët Hennessy, it has to be something expensively unique. The fancy red color of the drink is attractively tempting. The charisma of this champagne speaks volumes about its lavishness. Pinor Noir grapes are the secret behind this delicious look. This champagne is gaining the followers ever since.
7. Moet & Chandon Dom Perignon Charles & Diana 1961
Price- Well nigh $4,309
To reveal the secret behind the name is the reason that Princess Diana was born in 1961. This champagne is lodged in the historical book as it was the official drink at the regal wedding of Princess Diana and Prince Charles. Such was the majesty look and taste of it. It is chief because only a couple of bottles were stacked to mark for the moment. It being so commemorative, can’t even thought of to be of a “lesser” price.
6. The Champagne Cristal Brut 1990
Price- Well nigh $17,625
Primarily and fondly known as ‘Methuselah’, this champagne is remarkably genteel. When you sip on this, you can’t just have one. Even by simply looking at it you feel so plush and amazingly graceful. The bottle has a distinctive gold label which adds to its charming look. It makes the drink look even more vintage and worth the bucks!
5. Krug 1928
Price- Well nigh $ 21,000
Exchanging your money for this champagne will buy you a proud possession for the time. The interesting story to the name is that the first bottle came out in 1938 and not 1928. The stunning and notable fact is that it used grapes from the year of 1926! I shall leave it to your imagination how much exceptionally celestial taste it has for real. Feels so high, no? Well, so does the price!
4. Dom Perignon White Gold Jeroboam
This is so tremendous that it was sold out at an auction for whopping $40,000! It certainly has some magic stored. With pure divine taste and a glamorous appearance, it has impressed the champagne drinkers. Each sip of this drink transports you to another world of flamboyance and class. There isn’t anything worthy enough to acknowledge this commendable bottle. So let’s not just crib about the price!
3. Perrier-Jouet Champagne
Perrier-Jouet not only comes in the package of 12 bottles but in an extraordinary package of rejuvenating all your senses. Magnetism looks, imperial sound, soothing aroma, heavenly taste and satiny touch- pretty luring, right? Besides immersing in the real fruity tangy flavor of the exotic grapes, you can get it personalized too! This is why you are bound to fall in love and be ready to pay for it!
2. Shipwrecked 1907 Heidsieck
With giant price comes a fascinating story. People say that during World War 2, a ship sank under the sea but fortunately was retrieved in 1997, having 200 bottles of champagne unattended. It being of such a star quality was sure to be impeccable. The taste blooms in your soul and makes you feel all posh. You are luckiest if you can part with your money for this.
1. Goût de Diamants (Taste of Diamonds)
Price- $2.07 million
If you ever buy this prodigious champagne, you’ll lose your ability to decide whether to enjoy the blissful taste or to drown in its beauty. Alexander Amosu is the man behind this splendid masterpiece. Also called as “Taste of Diamonds”, the bottle’s Superman logo is ornamented with 18-carat white gold and a 19-carat white diamond. With its 100% rated Grand Gru Chardonnay grapes with Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes this drink is of top notch quality.
The delightful look, angelic taste, aristocratic aroma, creamy touch and the fantastic experience can’t be put in words ever!
Older the champagne, more brilliant it feels and more pricey it gets! Champagnes have been impressing the generations since manhood and will never cease to do so!