More exclusive, classier and more seductive: “De Watère” has created the ultimate novelty in the luxury segment. Prominent due to its highly luxurious ’dosage’. A 1ct diamond sits in a 1oz gold coin which is embossed with the De Watère emblem. Bedded in a transparent case and attached to the bottom of the bottle, there is sparkling like only a diamond is fit to induce. Priced at $45,290, “De Watère” is the world’s most expensive Champagne bottle.
Champagne De Watere is made employing traditional methods. The Methode Champenoiseguarantees the highest pleasure and a long-lasting perlage. From the harvest, over the rattling of the bottles to adding the dosage; everything is done manually at De Watere. The luxury champagne is elegant aromatic available as Brut Blanc, a cuvée made from 80% Pinot Noir and 20% Chardonnay, tactful fruity experienced connoisseur of the expressive Brut Rose, made from 100% Pinot Noir.
The bottle of Champagne De Watere comes in a special case that is handmade in Bavaria, Germany from solid wood, and is hand finished, inside and out, in satin gold, and the case is then wrapped in gold foil which is further secured by a gold hand-woven braid sealed with the De Watère seal.
Family legend was the inspiration for the creation of this extraordinary champagne. The origins of the family De Watère are just as long-reaching as those of champagne itself. The family’s roots are said to date back to the 11th century, when an ancestor came from Normandy to British shores with William the Conqueror. Another supposed forefather, Guillaume de la Watère, is being named in the ’Feet for Fines of Cambridge’ in 1245. Until the family dissolved and lost touch, they had lived in Ireland and England for many centuries. Family tradition and remembrance of Guillaume have been fading over the years. Thus, an idea was borne to create the symbolic Champagne De Watère which adopts the shared genesis of the family and brings its history back to vivid memory.
Gold as a symbol of imperishability plays a role as important as the pure, impenetrable diamond. The coin under the bottle stands for the family and their strength of unity. The coin is embossed with elements from the family’s emblem. Two griffons hold the diamond high up while being eternal guardians of its impenetrability. The diamond symbolizes the heart and solidarity of the family. The combination of history and exclusive champagne quality is second to none.