Top 5 Most Expensive Champagnes & Alcohol
It was told, that a group of monks concocted a beverage which, people today, believed to be champagne. One of the monks tasted the liquid and said. “Come my brothers, taste the drink of the stars. The name champagne, in most parts of Europe, is protected under law. This means that only the most expensive sparkling wine made in Champagne, France can be sold under the name champagne. People often drink champagne to celebrate their successes because everyone knows that the drink of success is the most luxurious one that you can afford. It is that sense of luxury that separates certain champagne from others. After all, champagne is one of the most expensive wines to make.Most Expensive Champagnes <p style=”text-align: center”> Fifth Most Expensive Champagne: Price: $17,625 This brand of champagne being beloved by the hip-hop scene is one of the more “affordable” champagnes out there. Of course what is meant by affordable, is the most inexpensive. This six-liter, gold-labeled bottle of Cristal Brut 1990 was auctioned off in New York to an undisclosed buyer in 2005. I guess the buyer was ashamed of what he done so he remained anonymous. Fourth Most Expensive Champagne: 1928 Krug Price: $21,000 Sold to an undisclosed buyer, this exclusive 1928 Krug Champagne was auctioned off in Hong Kong. The Grapes used to make this sparkling wine were the best grapes Third Most Expensive Champagne: Dom Perignon White Gold Jeroboam Price: $40,000 During some point of history, Dom Perignon became the most expensive champagne on the planet. Sold in three-liter bottles, and sold to celebrate the New Year, the Dom Perignon featured a bottle made from white gold, hence the name White Gold.
Second Most Expensive Champagne: Pernod-Ricard Perrier-Jouet Price: $50,000 Only marketed to the richest of the rich, the buyers must travel to Eastern France in order to pick up their purchase. What makes this champagne attractive to buyers is the fact that the buyer has the ability to select which liquor to be used in the THE Most Expensive Champagne: Shipwrecked 1907 Heidsieck Price: $275,000 What makes this champagne so special and what I deem to be worth the price are both the age and background story factors of this product. Over a hundred years old, these bottles of Champagne are from the Heidsieck vineyard in Champagne, France It took over eighty years for these bottles of Champagne to reach their destination in Russia. The bottles of champagne were originally meant for the Russian Imperial family in 1916, but it was a shipwreck off the coast of Finland that delayed the champagne’s travel. Lost at sea, the bottles were discovered by divers in 1997 in which over 200 bottles were recovered. After years and years of fermentation the champagne is being sold to wealthy guests at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Moscow.