With an ambition to create champagnes of exceptional quality for the likes of well-heeled champagne lovers and connoisseurs, the Maison De Roval produces Cuvées Spéciales, which faithfully observe the champenoise tradition, and is a promise of happiness and the French ‘art de vivre’. And, based on traditional values founded on excellence, craftsmanship and ancestral knowledge, Maison De Roval redefines the magic of champagne through its unique and refined style. Created with a timeless passion, the Cuvées Spéciales comes enclosed in a beautiful black bottle of fascinating effect, enhanced with gold and diamonds that are set in a royal blue case. The De Roval champagnes are found in a range of special vintages of elegant maturity, including the Cuvées Spéciale Brut, Rosé, and the Millésime, which comes with a price tag of $870, $935, and $1,670 respectively. However, we have also earlier seen the world's oldest champagne, the Perrier-Jouët's Belle Epoque Florale Edition champagne by Japanese artist Makoto Azuma, the Veuve-Clicquot Champagne that has spent 170 years in a shipwreck, Perrier-Jouët's one of the world's most expensive champagnes, besides the world's most expensive champagne cooler sells for $724,460.
And for these special vintages, the Maison De Roval uses the supreme quality of the grapes, which are patiently grown in the vineyards of the Breton domaine, alongside an ideal ageing process in the cool chalky cellars.
Notably, the bottle in itself is a delicate piece of jewelry that gives off golden splinters of life everywhere.
The Cuvées Spéciale Brut which is a Blanc de Blancs created from Chardonnay grapes from a single year comes in a yellow gold plated bottle, the Cuvées Spéciale Rosé which is a delicate mixture of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier comes in a rose gold plated bottle, while the Cuvées Spéciale Millésime which is a year 2003 vintage, an exceptional Blanc de Blancs, comes in a black PVD bottle, and all of the bottles are further adorned with 5 high-quality diamonds.