Champagne can be a funny drink, especially when it comes to toasting. It is one of the most fussy of all the wines, and certainly the fussiest of all alcoholic drinks. Being so fussy, it inherently comes with certain features, and certain givens like expensive bottles, art on the stickers, and of course, packaging details that almost cost more than the champagne itself.
This time around, Noah Duchaufour-Lawrance has created the “Flower Table” which has been inspired by the famous Belle Epoque Perrier-Jouët bottle. It comes with delicately painted flowers, and the bottle was created in 1902 by the artist-glassmaker Emile Gallé. Now, the table is such that it suits the fussiness of the champagne that is stored in bottles.
Thus it could be a great way to furnish your garden party, amidst real flowers and you could raise a toast on the flower table. It is of course great to look at, beautiful and visually appealing. In short, it is one of the best tables designed for Champagne. There is no information about its price or availability. Let us just wait and watch!
Via: Deluxe Blog