Moet & Chandon Unveil Hand-Crafted And Customizable Limited Edition Gold Bottle

Moet & Chandon Unveil Hand-Crafted And Customizable Limited Edition Gold Bottle

The Golden Premium Jeroboam can be personalized with a specially-crafted pen for handwritten messages.

Emma Hutchings
  • 28 november 2011

Luxury champagne brand Moët & Chandon have unveiled a limited edition keepsake that pays tribute to its heritage and allows people to customize it by adding a handwritten message. The Golden Premium Jeroboam is a handmade reinterpretation of the iconic Impérial bottle. It is wrapped in golden leaves, hand-gilt by French artisan Arthus Bertrand, and features an engraved medallion and real wax seal. The champagne bottle also includes a hand-crafted version of Moët’s signature tie, which has appeared on the bottles since 1886.

Champagne lovers can add their own personal touch by signing the bottle with a specially-crafted pen before giving it as a gift. These handwritten messages transform the limited edition bottles into unique keepsakes. Arnaud de Saignes, the international director of marketing and communications at Moët & Chandon, said:

Being unique is the essence of luxury: By signing its Golden Premium Jeroboam, each Moët lover can elevate an end-of-year gesture into a moment to remember.

Moët & Chandon


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