Moët & Chandon unveils Golden Premium Jeroboam to sign off 2011


As the year 2011 comes to a close Moët & Chandon is doing what it does every year, as a special tribute the brand is out with Golden Premium Jeroboam. They are out with a limited edition Impérial bottle keepsake the pays “tribute to the brand’s celebrated heritage” and something that lets champagne lovers make their own “masterpiece”. Hand-gilt by French artisan Arthus Bertrand, the bottle sports golden leaves and is reminiscent of the Trianon architecture which is Moët and Chandon’s Family estate.

The bottle comes with an “engraved medallion and real wax seal, both of which bear the celebrated stamp from Epernay, France” along with a “handcrafted reinterpretation of Moët’s signature tie” that made its appearance right from 1886. With a “specially-crafted pen” you can personalized Moët bottle with handwritten messages.
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