Champagne anyone? Armand de Brignac has launched its most expensive bottle, the Blanc de Noirs. Made entirely from Pinot Noir grapes originating from Montagne de Reims, Chigny-les-Roses and other acclaimed villages such Bouzy, Verzy, and Verzenay, the Blanc De Noirs is aged a minimum of five years. The bubbly is expected to retail at £600-700 ($935-$1,091) in the UK, and is available for pre-order worldwide, though only a limited quantity (less than 3,000 bottles) has been produced for shipping in September. Encased a brilliant onyx hue, Blanc De Noirs is a must-have for any champagne collector.
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