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10 Most Expensive Champagnes In The World

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When it comes to living in luxury, food, and drink are often something that separates the wealthy from the rest. Namely their ability to be able to afford all the most extravagant and expensive items in the world. For as long as it has been available champagne has been a symbol of luxury and celebration. The alcoholic beverage of choice for any person or party worth their salt. Though pretty much anyone can afford a great bottle of champagne. We’re here to give you an insight into the upper echelons of the champagne world. The bottles, some of which can cost more than an annual salary. Without further ado, let’s get into 10 of the most expensive champagnes in the world.

10: Moet & Chandon Dom Perignon White Gold – Price $2467

Moet & Chandon Dom Perignon White Gold - 10 Most Expensive Champagnes In The World

Number 10 on our list of most expensive champagnes is Moet & Chandon Dom Perignon White Gold. Moet & Chandon is a champagne that is known the world over. So, it’s no surprise to see it kicking off our top 10 list. At $2467 per bottle, the brand’s Dom Perignon White Gold variety is a limited-edition bubbly that is sure to excite the taste buds. The price is elevated thanks to the Champagne coming encased in a plated white gold bottle sheath with the iconic Dom Perignon label laser engraved for precision and long-lasting quality. Not only is the champagne a taste sensation, but it also arrives in such elegant packaging that it could almost be perceived as edible art.

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9: Boerl & Kroff Brut – Price $2498

Boerl & Kroff Brut - 10 Most Expensive Champagnes In The World

Believe it or not, this expensive champagnes bottle is actually the most basic version of the legendary Boerl & Kroff offer for sale. The high prices commanded not only thanks to the iconic name attached to the champagne but also the superb quality of the drink itself. Only the very best will do for Boerl & Kroff with their champagne being made only from the grape juice that has squeezed from the very first press of a season. Boerl & Kroff is so in demand in fact that it is only sold in Magnum sized bottles or larger, which could go some way to explaining the handsome price of at least $2498 per bottle.

Written by Patricia Lillian

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