Nebuchadnezzar bottle, with a huge 15 litres of 'liquid gold', also know as Ace of Spades. A flagship cuvée, that's a singular example of French Champagne tradition. Marvelously complex and full-bodied, its bouquet is both fresh and lively, with light floral notes. On the palate, Armand de Brignac has a sumptous, racy fruit character that is perfectly integrated with the wine's subtle brioche accents. The Champagne's texture is deliciously creamy, with great depth paired with a long, silky finish. Armand de Brignac is a Prestige Cuvée produced in the traditional, old-world style, from grape to glass. The Brut Gold also known as 'ACE OF SPADES' is pressed from a perfectly balanced blend containing Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier wine.
The Bottle: Armand de Brignac's unmistakable gold-plated bottle has its roots in the French fashion industry and its reputation for opulence. Originally conceived by the celebrated Andre Courreges fashion house, the striking bottle is decorated at a single site in France's Cognac region and is fitted with four pewter labels that are hand-applied to the surface of the bottle.