From the perfect combination of prestigious Champagne, White Gold and Diamonds combining with the creativity of Alexander Amosu (famous designer of luxury items) the “Diamond of Champagne” is born: The famous bottle is on sale for $ 1,500,000.00
The Benedictine monks of the ‘600, pioneers of fine champagne, would never have thought that over time the “vin du diable” (so called in ancient times for its particular effervescence) would instead acquire the status of “drink of the gods” and would go down in history. The word “champagne” is synonymous with “luxury” and with Goût de Diamants, Taste of Diamonds is undoubtedly the pinnacle of excellence made in France. The most prized and expensive wine in the world is produced in the Grand East Region of France (formerly Champagne-Ardenne) and is classified as a “Grand Cru” for the excellent quality of the grapes used.
The Grand Cru grape is grown in the 8 hectares of vineyards of the family-run Champagne Chapuy di Oger winery. The result is extraordinary: Champagne is fresh on the palate with penetrating floral notes on the finish for a velvety and silky texture. Drinking it, you can enjoy a blend with an elegant aroma and a really intense taste.
The bottle of this elite wine can be considered as a real work of art, it is no coincidence that the limited edition was made by the famous designer Alexander Amosu (famous for his exclusive luxury creations) at the request of a very important customer. The unique piece is adorned with a beautiful Swarovski crystal positioned in the center of a diamond shaped design reminiscent of the Superman logo. The materials used raise the prestige of this good to the square: 48 grams of solid white gold were used for the label and the diamond has 19 carats. Also in white gold was made the label on which was engraved the name of the wealthy buyer of the bottle. The work has been completely handmade, as for the iconic brand Goût de Diamants craftsmanship reigns supreme.
Goût de Diamants, Taste of Diamonds was first presented in 2013 by British businessman Shammi Shinh, founder of Prodiguer Brands.
This Champagne is the emblem of luxury, it is undoubtedly a product dedicated to a wealthy person who has chosen not to give up quality but to focus more on the majestic and captivating impact of a limited edition out of the ordinary destined to remain “alive” forever.
The cost of this sumptuous bottle amounts to $1,500,000.00 and the priceless value of such an important product over the next few years will surely increase exponentially.
Article edit by Federico Stilo