Want to know which is the most expensive kosher champagne in the world right now? like any other kosher wine, kosher champagne is produced according to the religious laws of Judaism. On the one hand the whole champagne-making process is supervised by a Sabbath observant. On the other hand, every ingredient used in the process is, naturally, kosher. Every kosher wine, including kosher champagne, has a seal of approval – the hechsher – that guarantees its kosher quality. In recent years the demand for kosher wine in general has been increasing, and in response so has the supply and variety. Despite this, kosher champagne production is not as vast and varied as it could be. However, we have compiled a list of the most expensive kosher champagnes available in the world.
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7. Jeanmarie ‘Blue Label’
Made of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes, the Jeanmarie ‘Blue Label’ has a distinct flavor that combines wood and fruit notes. Each 750ml bottle of this French champagne costs around $70. Supervised by the Orthodox Union, the Jeanmarie ‘Blue Label’ is a non-mevushal champagne with a 12% alcoholic volume that is kosher for Passover.
6. Champagne Lilian Renoir
This $70 dollar champagne is of French origin, from the Bordeaux region specifically. Supervised by R’ O.Y. Westheim, the Lilian Renoir is described as a medium bodied kosher for Passover champagne that blends a 90% of equal parts of Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier with a 10% of Chardonnay. Notes of vanilla, wheat bread, toasted almonds and coconut give this expensive champagne an exquisite finishing touch.
5. Charles Laffite Champagne
The Charles Laffite is a kosher champagne approved for Passover and supervised by the Orthodox Union. At $75 a bottle and with 12% alcohol, this non-mevushal champagne has a beautiful and intense color with a hint of bronze. Delicate and fresh, the Charles Laffite Champagne is the perfect match for an upbeat happy occasion such as a wedding.
4. Champagne Brut Grand Cru Louis de Sacy
With an $80 price tag, the Champagne Brut Louis de Sacy is one of the most expensive kosher champagnes in the world. One of the most special characteristics of this French champagne is the fact that it is aged in the bottle for three years before release. A beautiful blend of grapes -35% Chardonnay, 5% Pinot Meunier and 60% Pinot Noir- makes this kosher champagne elegant, fresh and fine, yet strong and with a nice body.