Moët & Chandon and Hip-Hop go back to the 80’s, as the culture has always had a penchant for pricey spirits. Now, in 2013, there is a new standard for the many moguls (real and aspirational) to sip. Moët & Chandon introduces the Moët Nectar Impérial Rosé Leopard luxury limited edition in a 6-litre Methuselah size bottle. According to a recent release, this bottle was created for those special celebratory moments. Moet & Chandon opted to choose the leopard camouflage pattern to match the “bold, energetic luxury rose demi-sec” of the most popular champagne in the world. How did Moët & Chandon make it happen? They commissioned acclaimed French engravers Arthus-Bertrand to handcraft each of only 60 6-litre bottles with 22-carat gold leaves. “As a wine, Moët Nectar Impérial Rosé pleases the senses with its refined and sophisticated richness and distinguishes itself by its extravagant fruitiness, its density on the palate and crisp finish which surprises and delights,” says a statement. You have to have long dollars to achieve this level of opulence. This luxury limited edition bottle is priced at $5,000 and will be shipping nationally on Decebm will be available at Sherry-Lehmann Wine & Spirits in New York, shipping nationally December 1, 2013. And, of course, it will be readily available at nightclubs across the nation.
Here are some images of the lovely, bottle as well as a star studded Moët & Chandon dinner in Atlanta a few weeks ago.