Dudognon Héritage HENRI IV
This bottle is known to be the most luxurious and most expensive in the world.
The Henri IV Dudognon Heritage has been aged in barrels for more than 100 years.
The ancestors of Claudine Dudognon–Buraud, heiress to Maison Dudognon, located in the centre of the smallest area of the prized Cognac Grande Champagne region, are direct descendants of the beloved French King Henri IV (1553-1610) and were responsible for creating this elixir since 1776, which will be bottled in a specially designed spectacular bottle.
This limited edition series of Henri IV Dudognon Heritage, Cognac Grande Champagne, aged for more than 100 years will be:
A. – One handcrafted Crystal Liquor Bottle by the name of “The DNA of Cognac, the essence of the water of life, Henri IV…”, dipped in 24 K Yellow Gold & Sterling Platinum and decorated with 6,500 certified brilliant cut diamonds. With an approximate weight of 8 Kilograms, it is filled with 100 cl. of Dudognon Heritage Cognac Grande Champagne, aged in barrels for more than 100 years to produce an alcohol content of 41%.
The piece was master crafted by the well known jeweller Jose Davalos to the design of the President of Ley.925& Co., Fernando Altamirano.
This piece is valued at 1,000,000 Pounds Sterling.
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