A Norwegian beverage company has bottled the legend of Marilyn Monroe in an effervescent bubbly to be served in a curvy, voluptuous champagne flute in her honor. Champagne Marilyn Monroe Premier Cru Brut debuted at the world’s largest wine trade fair in Bordeaux.
Produced by the French champagne house JM Gobillard & Fils for Norwegian company Rosmersholm, the Marilyn Monroe champagne is 50 percent Chardonnay, 25 percent Pinot Noir and 25 percent Pinot Meunier and is produced in the Hautvillers, Cumières and Dizy areas of Champagne.
Described as fruity, silky and delicate, the champagne has an elegant nose and has been cellar-aged for three years.
It’s expected to retail for about €65. The champagne also comes with a set of six curvaceous flutes that retail for €159 alone.
Almost 50 years after her death, the blonde icon continues to make headlines. A few months ago, the ivory-colored dress Monroe wore while standing over a subway grate in the film The Seven Year Itch fetched a cool $4.6 million at a Beverly Hills auction.
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