Beau Joie is a luxury champagne brand that relishes its status as a knight in a fairy tale, swooping down from Epernay, France to save us all from the distress of ordinary spirits in muted glass bottles.
And what would a fairy tale knight be without a suit of armor?
Beau Joie has that concept (and their bottles) covered. Each bottle of their Brut or newly-released Rosé champagne is outfitted with the brand’s signature design—an intricately latticed copper case made from second-generation copper scrap.
The hand-crafted case is a revolution in both form and function. Its unique design allows for a better grip on the bottle, and the energy-saving copper keeps bubbly at an optimally chilly temperature level and looks infinitely better at a Valentine’s dinner date than a silver bucket of ice.
Although they’ve paid a great deal of attention to the aesthetics of the bottle, Beau Joie hasn’t overlooked the important practice of ecology. The brand has developed a recycling program with bars, clubs and restaurants that carry their champagne so that each shiny, copper encasing can be further reprocessed for proceeds that are donated to local charities.
They haven’t ignored quality either. Priced at $125-$135 a bottle, Beau Joie’s zero-dosage champagnes are made strictly with Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, with no additional sugar or liquor.
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