Top 10 most expensive Champagnes

5th March, 2014 by Lauren Eads

Champagne has long been synonymous with quality and opulence having built up a reputation for luxury appeal.

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English and other sparkling wines may be challenging the Champagne market, but Champagne still holds an undeniable allure attracting the rich and famous and ardent collectors alike.

While some brands produce magnums and jeroboams which sell for in excess of £30,000, here we have focused on the average tax-free price for a single 75cl bottle as calculated by popular wine search engine

Wine auctions have not been taken into account.

WineSearcher has also taken out of the average price sales that were deemed to be too high or too low.

Scroll through to see the world’s top 10 most expensive Champagnes…


3 Responses to “Top 10 most expensive Champagnes”

  1. When you drink this you feel like a winner in life, there is no exalting sentiment like this one, trust me. 😉

  2. Odean says:

    Hi Orleg,
    You so lucky and blessed to be able to enjoy such a luxury!
    For people like me, all I can do is look at the photos of it and dream! Loool
    The reason i’m on this website today is because it’s my Birthday, April 20th and I wanted to find the most expensive Champagne in the world, so I could save a picture of it and send it to my friends and family with the sentiment, ‘ Have a drink on me! ‘ loool
    Despite my poverty, I feel blessed to be alive and that God has granted me with another birthday, so I’m off to spend what I have left, which is £5, and buy myself a bottle of wine and celebrate with that! I feel happy and joyful , so enjoy your day Orleg and it’s nice to see that your enjoying and appreciating the good things in life that have come your way.
    God Bless.
    Odean Lawrence

  3. Bharat Sharma says:

    You can have water too and think like it’s a million dollar drink. What noobs we have on earth who will be ready to spend so much for a sparkling wine :p. The only sentiment to have, that I can think of after drinking something like this will be what if I could have spent that 30,000 pounds for something better which could have stayed with me for about few years like a fabulous car. Even cold water from a decanter would have been better than that :p. I had an almost 50 yr old Black Label couple of years back which was preserved by my dad and it was no different to a 12 yr old black label. The only difference that I can think of between some good scotch and bad scotch is a bit of taste and flavor and the kind of hangover it gives us and nothing more than that. I Don’t think it would be any different with a champagne too.

    Odean you are right the only wish we should have is to live longer and a healthy life as we would have seen and experienced so much more than an average person. With the technological advancements these days it seems liike there is so much more to see and experience.

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