When it’s time to celebrate, the champagne is without a doubt the most sophisticated and precious drink to make a toast. Today, Luxury Safes, presents you the best champagnes that you must use during these holidays’ celebrations. Surprise your family and friends when you’re the party’s host with the most expensive champagne and rejoice your luxury lifestyle.
These seven bottles of the best champagne brands are an exclusive mix of the new, the known, the beautiful, and the rare. Each of this luxury product is paired with the accessories that best show it off, as silver buckets, coasters and crystal, and the mission to ensure a luxury experience and the ideal toast for the occasion.
Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte 2006 Palmes d’Or Brut
With a distinct and glamorous dimpled bottle, this fine golden elixir is an appreciated French champagne. Made by one of the most luxury brands, the Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte 2006 Palmes d’Or Brut is recognized for its tropical-fruit and melon flavors coupled with a classic toasted-brioche overlay.
Dom Pérignon 2008
Dom Pérignon is a reference point for superior Champagne. The 2008 bottle reinforces any modern bar. Inside it, there’s a perfect tension in this sparkling wine between energy and creaminess, green apple crispness, and a nutty brioche character that unfolds in layers.
Le Chemin du Roi Rosé
Connoisseurs might have reservations about a celebrity’s newly launched wine, because this is excellent and star power champagne. This rosé is a blend of 45 percent Pinot Meunier, 40 percent Chardonnay, and 15 percent Pinot Noir, and is made from first-press juice, as all great Champagnes should be.
Veuve Clicquot 2008 La Grande Dame Brut Rosé
This sparkling wine is delicate on the nose with notes of strawberry, and on the palate, there is a clean minerality. Its silky texture has an acidic freshness and depth from the nine years spent aging in the bottle. The perfect luxury product for a perfect luxury lifestyle!
Rare Champagne Le Secret
After a 20-year second fermentation exclusively in magnums, this Champagne is truly a rare sip: it has no sugar added, so the cuvée’s acid and natural sweetness combine as dry, tropical fruits and a unique licorice flavor. This is one of the best champagnes in the world and it’s so fresh and lively, it’s hard to believe the wine is 20 years old.
Moët & Chandon MCIII
Recognized as one of the best champagne brands, Moet et Chandon creates this expensive champagne as mind-blowing complexity: bright fruitiness belies a velvety mouthfeel and elegant maturity layered with dried apricot, apple, and toast.
Taittinger Comtes de Champagne 2007 Blanc de Blancs
With a surprisingly fresh and juicy apple flavor, this expensive champagne is a rich lemon crème brûlée with a chalky minerality and a pleasant salinity. If you want to celebrate with sophistication, this is the perfect bottle!
Written by: Ana Cerqueira