Champion fans have a cause for joy – House of Devavry will present a limited Magnum edition of Cuvee Carbon champagne … With a price of $2,900, 1.5 liters of Carbon champagne, which is a mixture of Grand and Premier Cru chardonnay and pine nora, is distinguished from the mass of others for many good reasons. Strict French laws prohibit any change in the shape of the bottle of champagne, which is why winemakers must be creative. Alexandre Mea, CEO of Champagne Carbon and Formula One fan, has been working on a champagne bottle design for four years to transpose his carbone skills into them. The first wines that received this magnificent treatment were harvest 2005 and 2006.
Creating a wrapper for carbon-fiber wine bottles is not easy. To create one, the master has to work six days and pass through thirty steps, which somewhat justifies the high price of this champagne. If you want a champagne that is even more impressive and bigger than this one, it will be pleased to inform you that Magnum Cuvee Carbon Champagne is available in three sizes – Magnum, Methuselah of six liters at a price of $8,200 and Nebuchadnezzar of 15 liters, which costs an incredible $48,000.
Exclusivity always comes with a high price and is worth every effort of course. This winery from Saint Tropez sells only two things – Carbon champagne and caviar, which is in any case a great combination.