The Most Expensive Champagne Brands in the World

Anyone up for a celebration? Or, maybe you’re so cool that you don’t even need a celebration to drink Champagne. In fact, why not even drink to you?

Whether you want a little alcohol, more alcohol, are underage and not allowed to drink alcohol or maybe you don’t like alcohol, there are many different options to choose from, as well many different brands.

Since Champagne is considered to be such an elite and classy drink, why not choose the most expensive one for that special occasion? Which brands are the most elite of the elite and just where can you find them?

Let’s indulge a little.

The most ‘hurt-my-bank account’ Champagne Brands in the world

Louis Roederer Cristal Champagne

Also referred to as ‘Gold Medallion’, the bottle of this Champagne is literally gold and there have only been 25 bottles produced in the world. With unique gold-plated brass packaging, a single bottle takes 4 days to make by hand and is crafted to perfection by two very talented goldsmiths. With seven metres of brass, tape dipped into 24-carat gold, this bottle of Champagne is most certainly fit for, a kind? Or, if you can afford its price of $4,283, fit for you too. Like we said, why not indulge a little… Or, a lot?

Krug Clod d’Ambonnay

With a selling price of $2,401, the Krug Clod d’Ambonnay brand has a single vineyard that only focuses on producing champagne. Describing this bottle of Champagne as good quality simply won’t do and being French, would be the understatement of the year. This is an exquisite, extraordinarily rare bottle of Champagne that will add to the many memories of your celebrations. Its name if a unique expression of being produced from a single grape variety in a single year as a single parcel of a vineyard. The area of which it is produced is also one of the best in the world known for growing grapes and thus, when it comes to quality, is considered amongst the best of the best in the world.


Boërl & Kroff

Ranking as one of the most elite Champagnes on the market at an average price of $2,037, this edition has a Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grape variety blend that is quite elegant, to say the least. Another worthy Champagne that is well, fit for royalty, this excellently crafted piece of wonder is a must for those who can afford it.

Dom Perignon White Gold

Taking a look at the design of this incredibly chic Champagne, you’d understand just why it sells at a price of $2,206 all over the world. It’s important to remember that such excellent editions of champagne do indeed get sold and people around the world pay its price with a smile. As a perfect variety of Champagne blends, this white gold edition is limited and filled with vintage 1995 Champagne wine. There has also been a rose gold edition. The designs of this bottle are simply flawless.


Post Author: Terrance Richards