Bugatti has just added a new bottle to its collaboration with Champagne house Carbon with the release of ƎB.03, inspired by its car, the Bugatti Bolide.
The new collaboration between carmaker Bugatti and champagne house Carbon takes the form of a bottle: the ƎB.03, which references the race car’s paint scheme and made of blue/black carbon fiber. The “X” pattern of the Bolide, which is predominant on both the front and rear of the vehicle, is emblazoned on the right and left side of the bottle.
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The bottle contains a 2013 vintage Blanc de Blancs, the result of a cold, wet winter experienced in 2013, followed by a cooler spring season that led to a late harvest. This combination gives the champagne an intense citrus flavor, followed by aromas of spring flowers.
Alexandre Mea, CEO of Champagne Carbon, enthuses “This creation, Champagne Carbon ƎB.03, is a stunning technical achievement. For the first time, we have managed to combine two colors of carbon fiber in a single bottle. A complete work of art made by our master craftsman. The black fiber base contrasts perfectly with the intense blue main body of the bottle. On the champagne side, this 2013 vintage brings initial scents of citrus, followed by aromas of spring flowers and then a growing intensity towards yellow citrus, toasted notes and aromatic herbs.”
“The Bugatti Bolide is one of the most exclusive creations ever imagined by our designers and engineers in Molsheim. Innovation and performance are taken to new levels for a production car. Like every Bugatti vehicle, it is unmistakable, and to celebrate this, we challenged our partners at Champagne Carbon to create something equally unique,” says Wiebke Ståhl, Managing Director of Bugatti International.
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