The royal wedding Perrier Jouet Champagne is the latest limited edition bottle for the Monaco’s Royal Wedding that took place earlier this summer.
The symbolic choice by the Perrier Jouet house was born from a love story between the founder, Pierre-Nicolas Perrier and Adèle Jouët over two hundred years ago.
For fans of Prince Albert II, or just lovers of good Champagne, it is now possible to buy one of the bottles.
Clothing company Banana Republic has teamed up with a California winery to create limited-edition holiday bottles that target the female wine sipper with hand-sketched labels of the little black dress and fancy, sweeping red frocks.
It’s the latest winery to court the female tippler with images of pretty party dresses and promises of chic, sophisticated nights out.
Banana Republic’s party dresses, rendered by the company’s creative director Simon Kneen, will be embellished on Clos du Bois’s most popular wines.
To mark its 125th anniversary, Italian jewelry manufacturer Bvlgari has teamed up with Italian sparkling mineral water San Pellegrino.
The bottle will feature a unique Bulgari inspired label featuring the image of a yellow gold necklace embellished with diamonds, turquoises, emeralds and amethysts.
Gemstone exclusive 75ml bottle packaging is expected to be sold in Bulgari’s International Touring Exhibition in Paris running through January 2012.
After the Daft Punk inspired Club Coke 2011 bottles launched earlier this year, here is the official Daft Punk x Coca Cola collaboration bottles.
The classic Coke glass bottle comes with gold and silver Coca-Cola logo application and matching Daft Punk bottle crown sitting on top.
The silver one is actually 925 silver and the gold one features 18k yellow gold. Hand finished the bottles are sitting in a box designed by Daft Punk.
Champagne Piper-Heidsieck has wrapped its new limited-edition Bodyguard in a “sexy red crocodile skin” for its launch this month in selected travel retail outlets.
The 75cl bottle of Piper-Heidsieck Champagne Brut can be described as having “springtime citrus aromas with notes of apples and pears”.
Piper-Heidsieck reveals that the the flavour of Bodyguard is reminiscent of the Pinot Noir grape from which it derives its “distinctive flavour”.
Evian has this year partnered up with French fashion designer Courrèges to imagine a new limited edition bottle.
This design combines evian’s free-minded spirit with the House of Courrèges’ nonconventional creativity.
Courrèges is known for pioneering key trends though the decades, from having discovered pants for women in 1963 to starting the mini-skirt revolution.
The evian bottle by Courrèges features the design house’s elegant white and pink emblematic flower on the backdrop of evian’s iconic glass bottle silhouette.
Whisky supplier The Famous Grouse has created a limited-edition blend to commemorate 30 years as Scotland’s favourite whisky.
Master blender Gordon Motion created the Famous Grouse Celebration Blend Decanter, which comes in a limited-edition Wade decanter.
The product will also be showcased at the Tax Free World Association exhibition in Cannes next month.
Drawing on its 19th Century heritage, the Marnier-Lapostolle family have created Quintessence, a reinterpretation of the original Grand Marnier liqueur.
Set to be introduced at the 2011 TFWA World Exhibition next month, Quintessence blends rare Cognacs with a subtle orange essence.
It is described as having a more subtle bouquet, fusing long-held standards with a contemporary vision.
Hennessy announced yesterday their exclusive Hennessy V.S bottle collaborative project with world-renowned artist, KAWS, which will hit shelves in September 2011.
Each Kaws Hennessy V.S bottle features signature Kaws artwork and is individually numbered, making this collectors item that much more special
The Hennessy KAWS V.S bottle will be sold in 750ml sizes and will retail for $29.99.
The famed French house of Rémy Martin has just unveiled its latest luxe offering, the Louis XIII Le Jeroboam.
Le Jeroboam is filled with the renowned Louis XIII blend of over 1,200 fine and rare cognacs from the famed Grande Champagne region.
The artists of the Cristallerie de Sèvres have used over five kilos of crystal to shape out this impressive decanter and the four crystal snifters.
Luxury Scotch whisky Royal Salute has crafted a blend so rare, so sumptuous that only one man in the world has tasted it – creator and Master Blender, Colin Scott.
‘Tribute to Honour’ has been introduced to pay homage to the oldest crown jewels of the British Isles: The Honours of Scotland.
The narrative of the Honours comprises glorious legends and intrigue and remains a powerful and inscrutable ode to Scottish history.
Belvedere vodka has released a limited edition “Belver Bears”, in collaboration with Jean-Roch, at last month’s Cannes Film Festival in France.
The bottle has been crafted using a shell from dress jeroboam Belvedere vodka. The clear plexiglass bottle is backlit with a bright light and “can be hung two flares”.
Available at the VIP Room in Cannes, Saint Tropez and Paris, each bottle of the Belver Bear is priced at €5000 ($7,200).
If the city of San Francisco were to be bottled, it would taste of grape, dragon fruit and papaya — exotic flavors that capture the unique mix of cultures, ethnicities and culinary heritage of a thriving, colorful city.
At least, that’s what one vodka maker thinks.
In the latest edition to a city-series that already includes New Orleans, Los Angeles, Boston, and Brooklyn, Absolut launched a bottle that pays homage to San Francisco’s diversity and culture Tuesday.
Piper-Heidsieck collaborated with Jean Paul Gaultier to create a new design for its Champagne Cuvée Brut bottle.
Gaultier had already created a bottle in a red corset in 1999. The new one features Latex and ﬁshnets, inspired by the can-can.
The unveiling took place at a VIP dinner on May 13 at the Cannes Film Festival. Celebrities in attendance included Inès de la Fressange and Rossy de Palma.
Karl Lagerfeld has teamed up with Coca Cola Light for a second time to put his signature flair on a trio of limited-edition bottles.
Dressed in black and white with fuchsia touches, the bottles also feature Lagerfeld’s trademark, pony-tailed, white-collared silhouette.
Motifs of silver polka dots, black diamonds and bold fuchsia swirls drape the bottles and are topped off with hot pink caps.
To mark the launch of the Intense Unfiltered 80, and the creation of the Intense family, Belvedere Vodka asked Brand Opus to design a luxurious gift pack.
“The core brand equities of the frosted trees create a frame for the Intense family, whilst paralleling the window device of the bottle design.
The trees are supported by branded etching on the side of the presentation case, to maximize brand exposure.”
French house DJ duo Daft Punk is teaming up with Coca-Cola in the design of a new line of soda dubbed “Club Coke.”
Coca-Cola posted a video featuring Daft Punk beats and the austere gold and silver bottle design, which mimics the helmets the duo wear during live performances.
The new beverage is set to be released next month and will be available at dance clubs across Europe, as previous “Club Coke” lines have been.
British luxury brands Chivas Regal and Vivienne Westwood have announced a new collaboration at London Fashion Week – the limited edition Chivas Regal 18 Year Old by Vivienne Westwood.
Vivienne Westwood’s creation for Chivas Regal clearly illustrates Westwood’s unparalleled reputation for design excellence and pattern cutting know how.
With the current design of the Union Flag dating back to 1801 and Chivas Brothers roots also being traced back to this iconic year, the distinctive bottle appears cloaked in Vivienne Westwood’s Union Jack print.
Italian sparkling mineral water San Pellegrino has undergone a temporary transformation, after accepting Bvlgari’s invitation to mark the luxury jeweller’s 125 -year anniversary. The bottle is already available from Colette.
Following extensive redesigns for a number of its brands, Pernod Ricard has revamped its flagship brand for the first time in its nearly 80-year history.
The group has unveiled a new design for the Ricard bottle by a British company, in an attempt to boost sales for a drink that is synonymous with the French way of life.
Described as a “daring metamorphosis” by the Ricard company chairman Philippe Savinel, the new design aims to refresh the heritage pastis brand.