The Rosé Nebuchadnezzar ($35,500) weighing 77lbs. and nearly 3 ft. tall, is equivalent to 20 standard-size bottles of Champagne, making it the largest bottle of rosé Champagne ever produced.
A staff of just eight people creates every bottle of Armand de Brignac completely by hand—from the Champagne to the bottle—at a 250-year-old château in Chigny-les-Roses, France. This vintage is composed of 50% Pinot Noir, 40% Pinot Meunier, and 10% Chardonnay, selected exclusively from Premier Cru and Grand Cru vineyards in the La Marne region’s Montagne de Reims, Vallée de la Marne, and Côte des Blancs terroirs. Each Armand de BrignacRosé Nebuchadnezzar cuvée also includes a 100% still wine dosage aged 12 months in oak casks from Champagne and Burgundy, all of which contributes to a full-bodied flavor with notes of red fruits and aromas of strawberries and black currant.
This champagne most known to the younger generation (21-35) as “Ace-of-Spades” due to globally known rapper/business man Jay-Z is now seen as the drink of the elite. However, most do not comprehend the intricacy in the making of the champagne. However, in all of our travels abroad and within the states we have yet to see the bottle pictured above. It would definitely be a sight to see a nearly 3 feet tall bottle being brought to a table in the middle of an event. That’s if $35,000 a bottle is not a problem for the receiver of this rare champagne. Definitely LUXAHOLIC APPROVED!!
– The Luxaholic Family