Moet and Chandon has unveiled their latest creation called the Golden Premium Jerobam which is a handcrafted and hand-customized masterpiece of champagne that honors a grand heritage. With this, the makers intend to close 2011 with the ultimate gesture of luxury. Through this creation Moët & Chandon has upheld their annual premium tradition. The imperial bottle has been transformed into a limited-edition keepsake that pays an ode to the brand’s celebrated heritage and allowing champagne lovers to create their own masterpiece.
The makers thoroughly believe that being unique is one of the hallmark aspects of luxury. They also say that by signing its Golden Premium Jeroboam, each Moët & Chandon patron gets an opportunity to take the end-of-year-gesture to the next level and thus making it a moment to remember. This iconic champagne bottle has a lot of philosophy attached to it. It comes veiled in a luxurious, golden leaves and is hand-made by renowned French artisan Arthus Bertrand. It is also an epitome of the company’s glorious part and the champagne bottle’s design is loosely connected to the noble heritage of the Trianon architecture – Moët and Chandon’s Family estate. It comes dressed with an engraved medallion and real wax seal, both of which bear the celebrated stamp from Epernay, France, the Jeroboam also features a handcrafted reinterpretation of Moët’s signature tie, which has appeared on the bottles since 1886.
Once you sign this one with a specially-crafted pen, enthusiasts can create their very own Moët bottle and experience the luxury of personalization.
Via: PR Newswire