Beau Joie is coming to the U.S. and “break all boundaries of the luxury Champagne” according to its maker.
Beau Joie is made from 60 percent Pinot Noir and 40 percent Chardonnay from the finest grapes of Epernay, France.
Developed by Toast Spirits, Beau Joie champagne comes in a bottle encased in a 100% copper, hand-crafted outer shell. The copper shelled bottle serves to keep the Beau Joie colder for extended periods of time and at the same time provides a more sustained grip on the bottle while opening and serving.
Beau will launch in Las Vegas before moving to other markets.
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