Pernod Ricard sells the most expensive champagne in the world

This post could be called, "In the world of extravagances, the one who does the greatest is the King." Although it is a bit long and somewhat messy, and that's why I leave it as is. I hang the news, simply so that we reflect a little on how unbalanced the world is. The 80-20 in which the injustices of the world were divided, today every time it seems to me that we are talking about a 90-10 or something like that.

From what it seems, the French company Pernod Ricard will put on sale this week the most expensive champagne in the world, with the sale of boxes of 12 bottles of the Perrier-Jouët house at 50,000 euros each, so that each bottle of 75 cl. It will cost 4,166 euros.

Sale sand limit only 100 people in the world they can make their champagne themselves and will only be available in the US, Britain, Japan, China, Russia, Switzerland and France, with about a fortnight of boxes per country. The idea is that each buyer travels to the wineries of Epernay (eastern France) to have a meeting with the head of the winery to add the liquor composition himself.

Between the best known brands in the winery There are Ballantine's, Chivas Regal, Kahlúa, Malibu, Beefeater, Havana Club, Stolichnaya, Jameson, The Glenlivet, 100 Pipers, Clan Campbell, Tia Maria, Campo Viejo, Passport, Montilla and President. Nowadays, boycotts are made for political reasons. When will they be done for reasons of social inequality or lack of social ethics?

Just wish that whoever buys these bottles feels good and likes champagne a lot.

Video: The History of Champagne: Centuries of tradition (January 2020).