Inspired by the Bolide, a track-only production car unlike anything else, Bugatti has just unveiled a new bottle in collaboration with winemaker Champagne Carbon called the EB.03 Edition. The ƎB.03 Edition boasts a dual tone, blue and black carbon fiber exterior, while inside the bottle is a vintage 2013 Blanc de Blancs that’s said to be “the result of a cold and wet winter in 2013, followed by a cool spring and a late grape harvest.”
Alexandre Mea, CEO at Champagne Carbon, said: “This creation, Champagne Carbon ƎB.03, is a breathtaking technical accomplishment. For the first time we have managed to combine two colors of fiber in one bottle. A complete piece of art made by our master craftsmen. The black fiber base perfectly contrasts the main body of the bottle, an intense sky blue. On the champagne side, this 2013 vintage brings with it initial scents of citrus, followed by aromas of spring flowers. Then a growing intensity toward yellow citrus, toasty notes and aromatic herbs. On the palate it provides an initial intensity, followed by a creamier more velvety texture. The finish reveals hints of acidity. The ƎB.03 will enhance a delicate recipe such as a scallop ceviche, a red tuna sashimi or a filet of Saint-Pierre with citrus fruits.”
The previous EB.01 Edition commemorated Bugatti’s 110th anniversary, while the EB.02 Edition was inspired by the Chiron Super Sport 300+ and celebrated the first series production car to break the 300-mile barrier, reaching a top speed of 304.773 mph.
Priced at €290 (approx. $295 at the current exchange rates) the Champagne Carbon ƎB.03 for Bugatti is available to order now.