Moët & Chandon Launches Golden Premium Jeroboam

By Paul Joseph

French winery and champagne brand Moët & Chandon has continued its annual tradition of launching a limited edition champagne bottle to mark the year’s end – this time wrapped in a yellow gold leaf cloak.

Hand-gilded by French artisan Arthus Berrand, the Golden Premium Jeroboam was designed to reflect the royal traditions of the champagne house as well as the Trianon architecture of the Moët & Chandon family estate.

In addition to their yellow gold leaf cloaks, the bottles will also feature marked gold medallions, real wax seals and handcrafted ribbons, and can be further personalised with written messages using a specially-crafted pen.

Founded in 1743, Moët & Chandon has become renowned for its special edition bottles down the years. The company has produced one-off creations for prestigious events including the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, and the wedding of Grace of Monaco.

By Paul Joseph