Top 10 luxury Champagne coolers

From a sterling silver Aston Martin cooler to a 12-magnum fridge designed by Porsche – there are plenty of luxurious coolers out there for wine lovers with a taste for the high life and deep pockets to match. 

ChampagneFor most a simple cooler or ice bucket would suffice to keep your wine at a suitable temperature.

But for those in search of the wow factor, there are a host of high-end coolers which will not only will keep your wine at a steady chill, but make a stylish statement.

But the real question is how cold should you serve your Champagne?

While there is much debate on the topic in the wine world, the generally accepted ideal serving temperature is between 7 to 9 °C.

Scroll through to see some the most luxurious wine coolers available…

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