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Saturday, 26 September 2015
A Bottle of century-old champagne fetches $116,000 at auction
A bottle of 1915 Krug champagne went under the hammer for $116,375 in New York, one of just four left in the cellars of the sparkling drink makers.
The lot sold Friday also included a tasting journey for four people who will enjoy the bottle on location in France’s northeastern Champagne region.
The Krug bottle, sold during a Sotheby’s auction, never left the House of Krug cellars, today managed by luxury conglomerate LVMH.
The anonymous buyer of the bottle will visit the House of Krug for two days with three guests.
In addition to the Private Cuvee 1915, the buyer will also taste some of the rarest and most refined drinks made there, as well as a meal prepared by Arnaud Lallement at his award-winning restaurant L’Assiette Champenoise.