Beau Joie may not be the best known chanmpagne maker, but they certainly make one of the most beautiful bottles around. They unveiled their very first bottle in Vegas in 2010, and this year they’re releasing their first Rose. On the left is their original champagne, and on the right is the bottle for their new Rose, which is 50% Pinot Noir and 50% Chardonnay from Epernay, France. The bottle is 100% copper, which helps keep the bottle cold and provides a better grip than a traditional glass bottle. It’s also made of second generation copper scrap.
The bottles will hit the market just in time for Valentine’s Day, and will be priced at between $125 and $135. The Rose is already getting a good reputation for its crisp and fruity taste, and it will definitely make a fabulous romantic gift for that special someone.