There was a time when Champagne was produced only for the elite, but now it is available in every corner of the world and a must-have for a celebration, and the best varieties are only available in limited quantities. If you are a Champagne enthusiast and want to impress dinner party guests or wow your significant other on Valentine’s Day, get your hands on one of these world-renowned, very special bottles of heavenly bubbles. Most are very scarce, so good luck on your search.

Designer Drink

Handcrafted from 18-carat solid gold, Goût de Diamants’

It is said that ‘in victory you deserve Champagne, in defeat, you need it!’ Good quality French Champagne is considered a luxury and like all luxuries these bottles of sparkles are worth every cent!

A Delicious Wreck

Considered to be the holy grail of champagnes, Shipwrecked 1907 Heidseick

The Taste of Royalty

Described recently as “one of the greatest champagnes ever made” by the head of Sotheby’s wine department, Krug 1928


The most stylish and one of the most exotic champagnes is Moët & Chandon Dom Pérignon 1995 White Gold Jeroboam.

Cristal Clear

For many champagne-lovers, Cristal is the most opulent prestige cuvée. This champagne has a truly loyal and exclusive heritage, which is reflected in the superior presentation of the bottle which is made of a type of lead crystal. The very beautiful Champagne Cristal Brut 1990

Prepared from special fruits and made from their vintage liquors, Perrier-Jouet Champagne

Imagine having the option of personalising champagne according to your own taste? Well, if you have R520 000 to spare, you can buy yourself the Perrier-Jouet

Singular Sparkling Sensation

Krug Company, which produces some of the most expensive champagnes on the planet, unveiled the extraordinary Clos d’Ambonnay

True to its Roots

If you are a champagne-lover and you have never popped open a bottle of ‘Bolly’, get ready for a treat. If you think the name “Bollinger Blanc De Noirs Vieilles Vignes Francaises

A Bubbly Box - 3 Quick Tips

  • Do not over-chill champagne. Although it should never be warm, it is far worse for it to be icy or nearly frozen. 
  • Do not under-fill your ice bucket; you will only chill half the bottle. Add cold water to ice cubes to make sure the bottle is well submerged. 
  • Do not chill champagne glasses ahead of the time. This will have a negative impact on the release of the bubbles and the bouquet of the champagne.