Moet and Chandon pays tribute to Formula 1 champion Ayrton Senna

In memory of racing legend Ayerton Senna, Moët and Chandon have decided to release their limited series of Jeroboam bottles of Moët and Chandon Imperial champagne. The series is limited to 41 pieces, each one representing one of Senna’s 41 victories in the Formula One races. The bottles have been created specifically for a group of 20 collectors, 2 decades after Senna passed away in a racing accident at the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix.
Every 3-litre bottle of Moët and Chandon Imperial Champagne will feature a special silver medal detail alongside a vintage label. We predict that the bottles will be the jewel in the crown of many a savvy connoisseur’s collection. Considering that they are priced at a jaw dropping $4,390 per bottle, adding these beauties to your collection is no easy feat. We wonder if they will surface at auctions in a few years; the value of items like these only increases with time.

Moët and Chandon continues to diversify their portfolio with this limited edition series. In the past, they’ve been named as the official champagne partner for Times Square’s New Year’s Eve celebrations as well as made it to the silver screen as the champagne partner for the prohibition era movie The Great Gatsby. Only time will tell where we’ll see them next!

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[Via – GT-Spirit]