G.Lorenzi, the only still family-owned shop on Milan’s famous Via Montenapoleone, is perhaps the most civilised retail space in Europe.
This Lorenzi special edition set, contained in a “Chancellor of the Exchequer budget” red calf leather case, comprises a chrome plate cast steel tong with hand-turned Makassar ebony handles polished with bees wax and a chrome plate brass stopper turned from a solid bar with a Makassar ebony top.
A ball-bearing connection between the stopper rings makes for a satisfyingly smooth action. Reputed to keep champagne unimpeachably fizzy.
Baptiste Mathieu has designed this concept called Veuve Clicquot Night Clubber at the occasion of the talent show “Les espoirs de la creation 2008″
It consists of a luminous glass and a bottle that allows every consumer to experience the festive opening of its bottle. The champagne bottle features double cap for blocking the stopper.
The leather trim imparts the luxury feel and polished aluminium treatment is also given to accentuate the design.
The much venerated champagne house Armand de Brignac has two new champagnes to add to its flagship cuvÃ©e, the Brut Gold.
Currently maturing in the cellars, the first is a pink champagne, the Armand de Brignac RosÃ©, which comes in a pink-gold bottle with matching adornments.
The second is the Armand de Brignac Blanc de Blancs, which is pressed from a selection of white Chardonnay, contained in an antique silver bottle with matching silver labels.
Photographer David LaChapelle’s distinctive va-va-voom style graces a new bottle of Remy Martin VSOP Cognac. The bottle LaChapelle created takes its inspiration from the Paris cabaret scene during the Jazz Age when Remy Martin first appeared in 1927.
The design features a curvaceous woman dancing in a brightly-colored jungle. The bottle will sell for $50 and will be available at wine and spirits stores around the U.S starting in June. There will be 150,000 bottles produced
Belvedere vodka has come up with a new promotional item, the Jagger Dagger, a sword developed by jewelry designer Jade Jagger, daughter of Rolling Stone Mick Jagger and model Bianca Jagger.
The sword dipped in 18K-white gold comes encrusted with 12-carats of brilliant-cut diamonds, 42 pastel sapphires, and a vital blue lapis lazuli square.
The blade is formed using mirror-polished carbon steel with an impression of the similar tree twigs that adorn the Belvedere bottle.
The portable bar is developed in Germany and is imported from there. It has an integrated refrigerator, ice machine, flute holders, bottle bins, and wooden serving shelf. It can be yours on a drop of $10,000.
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