Which Champagne Takes Home the Gold for Luxury and Taste?May 28, 2012
If you’re looking for a true sip of luxury, the Armand de Brignac Brut Gold champagne is one drink you won’t soon forget. In fact, before you even open the bottle, this French champagne will be branded into your memory…Unless you know of too many other champagnes that come in a gold-plated bottle? The story of Armand de Brignac and the Cattier family is a somewhat complex one, matched only in complexity by the smooth taste of their fine champagne. Originally unveiled in 2006, this champagne has been the subject of an incessant stream of accolades and has even been enjoyed by Queen Elizabeth II of England – It literally has royal approval.
For your own unveiling, you will receive each bottle in a gorgeous velvet pouch which protects the pewter-golden exterior of the Ace of Spades (as it’s known). The French concoction is a perfect fugue of Pinot Noir, Pinot Menuier and Chardonnay, with a creamy texture to match its light, fruity taste; the Cattier family continues to outdo themselves with this harmonious champagne.
Of course, it shouldn’t surprise you that a bottle of this luxurious, critically acclaimed, gold-bottled champagne will run you a small fortune… Armand de Brignac Brut Gold will easily come to $300 per bottle before shipping, and it may take a little bit of work to find it, but rest assured this will be one of the best bottles of champagne you will ever have the privilege of consuming.