Today, sparkling wine is made from grapes of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, or Pinot Meunier and others all over the world.
But some bottles of bubbly are so exclusive that they’re available only in high-end clubs or by special order.
Here is a list of the top-5 most expensive bottles of sparkling wine in the world and one of them is ours.
Check them out below.
5. Raphael, Patrick & Bonifaz by Ugloft – 880 €
Sea, 30 meters of depth, wax, clay, skilled hands and 12 to 1,000 degrees of temperature; that’s RP&B. After second fermentation, the wine had been maturing in the Adriatic Sea 30 meters under the surface, which leaves its mark in the aroma and freshness of the sparkling wine.
Each bottle is a unique work of art from the sea. That is the reason we serve it on very special occasions. We ‘baked’ the interesting and mysterious wine at 1,000 degrees in the hands of a clay amphora.
4. Salon Blanc de Blancs Le Mesnil-sur-Oger – 899 €
Blanc De Blancs Le Mesnil-Sur-Oger 2002 is the essence of Salon. It’s the only Champagne produced by the label and comes from a precise blend of Chardonnay grapes from Le Mesnil-sur-Oger in the Côte des Blancs region of Champagne, France.
This sparkling wine is powerful and lively, yet delicate with “flavors of honeyed orange flower, candied citrus fruits, and madeleine buns fresh from the oven.” To taste, the Champagne is rich and restrained.
3. Champagne Krug Vintage Brut – 949.99 €
Since 1843, six generations of the Krug family have cultivated a uniquely exceptional Champagne through “painstaking care and unrivaled craftsmanship.” They’re the only Champagne house that still ferments their wine in small oak casks.
The Krug 1988, which spent more than a decade aging, “explodes on the palate with tremendous depth and complexity” and maintains a surprising freshness with “spiced notes of dried figs and ripe quince.”
2. Champagne Krug Clos du Mesnil Blanc de Blancs – 969 €
“Fanatics of rarity” will go wild for this highly sought-after 1995 vintage Champagne that was just released from the Krug cellars. The Blanc de Blancs has “rich nutty and honey notes of great Chardonnay wines” coupled with “crispness, freshness, and vivacity.”
1. Anushka by Ugloft – made per request
Liquid gold? That is “ANUSHKA”
ANUSHKA is a fine sparkling wine. Produced using the traditional method with secondary fermentation in the bottle, then maturing for at least 36 months. This production type is the same as the French “Champagne” process and is called the Traditional Method.
The meticulous production and maturing of wine in crystal produced a unique experience and allows the consumer to taste a harmonious combination of gold and top-quality wine.
The crystal is a renowned product with over a hundred years of tradition, with the wine being manually produced and enriched with gold.