Armand de Brignac has set a new record by releasing 15L Rosé Nebuchadnezzar, which is the largest champagne bottle equivalent to 20 standard sized 75cl bottles, which are handcrafted in a metallic pink container. This is the first big sized bottle ever launched in such a luxurious manner. The commercial director of Armand de Brignac Champagne, Philippe Bienvenu, expressed his glee at unveiling the bottle at a private members club in Nikki Beach on the 1st of June in St Tropez.
Last year the champagne bottle was sold to some unknown Russian billionaire for an astounding price $100,000. The limited edition is pure and rich on your palate with aromas of fresh black currant and strawberries. Philippe Bienvenu continues further that they find it very difficult to keep the stock of 30L Midas due to its high demand and hopes to receive the same encouragement for the new Rosé Nebuchadnezzar from public. The Midas is currently known for breaking the world record for its expensive variety and the massive size which was released last year.
The Nebuchadnezzar is a blend of luxury brand that has been released in summer which is an ideal time to enjoy the sunshine with instantly likable pink colored Rosé champagne. 15l Nebuchadnezzar Rosé champagne would be very popular in wealthy and celebrity circles and the public would be waiting for something still more larger bottles for the upcoming summer to be hit on the global market. Usually Rose Champagne makes Valentine’s Day celebrations very romantic and can accompany all sorts of food. The fresh aromas of strawberries make your mouth feel richer and delicious. The price is not yet disclosed.