Every grandiose celebration entails serving top quality Champagne. But, what do you think about this “luxury sparkling water” with diamonds and gold? De Watere has created Champagne unlike any other, bearing an optional precious extra “Dosage” under the bottle… “Dosage” in the form of a 1ct diamond and the family coat of arms of De Watere 1oz. Gold coin. Priced at $45,290, this could be world’s most expensive Champagne bottle, but what is certain De Watere Champagne deserves to be served in Van Perckens Nr.8 Champagne Cooler, that is selling for €550,000 ($726,500).
Champagne De Watere is made employing traditional methods. The Methode Champenoise guarantees the highest pleasure and a long-lasting perlage. From the harvest, over the rattling of the bottles to adding the dosage; everything is done manually at De Watere.
The luxury champagne is elegant aromatic available as Brut Blanc, a cuvée made from 80% Pinot Noir and 20% Chardonnay, tactful fruity experienced connoisseur of the expressive Brut Rose, made from 100% Pinot Noir.
The bottle of Champagne De Watere comes in a special case that is handmade in Bavaria, Germany from solid wood, and is hand finished, inside and out, in satin gold, and the case is then wrapped in gold foil which is further secured by a gold hand-woven braid sealed with the De Watère seal.
The history of the family was the inspiration for the de Watere exceptional champagne. The legend states, that the family ‘De Watere’ stems from a Norman called ʻGuillaume de Watereʼ. Since then, when he was recorded in the Doomsday Book in the 11th century, the family has grown apart and identification with the common ancestor Guillaume has been fading. So, De Watere Champagne was created to remember Guillaume, as well as to celebrate the solidarity within the family.
On 5 hectares, only 22,500 bottles of De Watere are being produced every year; 11,250 of each the Rose and the Blanc. Solely 20,000 of them (evenly divided between Rose and Blanc) are available to the market. The remaining 2,500 bottles are being held by and for the family De Watere.