The founder of Knightsbridge-based Prodiguer Brands Shammi Shinh released Goût de Diamants’ – Taste of Diamonds – in 2013. Each bottle was adorned with diamond shaped pewter design which resembles the Superman logo incorporating sublime Swarovski crystal in the centre.
The limited edition bottle was designed by Alexander Amosu and it carried a value of £1.2m making the Goût de Diamants the most expensive single bottle of Champagne in the world.
Charles & Diana 1961 – £ 2,576
Magnums of Dom Pérignon Vintage 1961, the year Diana was born, was chosen as the official Champagne for the 1981 wedding of Lady Diana Spencer and Prince Charles and were served on the day. They carried a special insignia created just for the ceremony.
A limited number of this vintage Brut Champagne were later released to commemorate the occasion, and they now sell for an average price of £2,576 a bottle, if you can find them!
Some of the world’s best professionals worked together for the very first time to create this Kroff NV Brut Champagne which makes it unique. This stunning champagne carries an average price of £1,144 for a normal bottle and for those looking to indulge and really splash the cash, a magnum of this champagne was available for a staggering £71,856.