Champagne Papi is in the process of crafting a bubbly of his own .
According to The Drinks Business, details have been released about a new collaborative champagne range from Drake and DeLeón Tequila’s Brent Hocking. The Mod Sélection collab promises to provide buyers with “the purest expression of balance and terroir” in the world. Experiencing that is going to cost you.
The Mod Réserve Champagne will set you back $300, while the Mod Rosé Champagne goes for $400. Pre-ordering for the 750ml bottles is now available. The metallic brown bottle is adorned with handcrafted delicate flowers, and each individual bottle is unique in its design details. Magnums and jeroboams are said to be “in the works.” Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits is handling distribution.
Drake and Hocking first worked together back in 2016 when they launched Virginia Black Whiskey. Last year, they offered an IPO for the whiskey, hoping to raise $30 million to fund domestic and international expansion, sales and marketing, and working capital.