Touted to be the world’s most expensive champagne, it would be breaking records at $6,485 for a tailored bottle of bubbly that would be available for sale on 20 March. Eyeing “super-rich” elite across globally, this limited edition 12-bottle box sets of Perrier-Jouet champagne is valued at 50,000 Euros, as stated by French drink company Pernod-Ricard. It is being said that sales will be restricted to a “population of super-rich” customers located in the U.S., Britain, Japan, China, Russia, Switzerland and France.
Company is hopeful to sell off box-sets to across 100 people globally. It is an alliance of sugar and wines collected ages back. The liqueur is used to add a definitive touch on bottles of Perrier-Jouet’s 2000 Belle Epoque champagne. Along with the bottles, customers would be offered a storage nest in Perrier-Jouet’s vault that will hold the bottles for coming eight months. It would surely break the record set by limited edition of Dom Perignon champagne in 2005 that got sold off for 12,000 Euros per three-litre bottle.