The House of Devavry has released one of the most expensive bottles of sparkling wine this season with this Cuvee champagne collection. The collection takes vintages wines and bottles them in carbon fiber bottles that take six days of work to create. The bottles are steeply priced from $2,900 to a bank-breaking $48,000 for a 15-liter Nebuchadnezzar.
This innovative bottle design was the idea of Alexendre Mea, a Formula-1 race enthusiast with a five generation family history in champagne. This one of a kind collection pairs high quality sparkling wines with an elegant and imaginative bottle design for a truly luxurious product. Undoubtedly, the exclusively wealthy will be indulging in this new carbon Cuvee Champagne over the holidays and especially for New Years.
Additional pictures courtesy of http://rc-designmanufactory.blogspot.ca/2012/02/worlds-first-carbon-fiber-champagne.html
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