One magnum, numbered 9, is available at Clos19.
Each bottle is valued at €19,998 and all profits will be donated to the Roger Federer Foundation.
For further information and to acquire this highly collectible magnum, please contact us at Clos19 o 0207 887 2755.
- The bottle
- The Foundation
Only 20 numbered editions have been created
Each magnum is wrapped with a black leather ribbon, individually hand-crafted by French artisans, like a tennis grip on the champion’s tennis rackets. Roger Federer’s signature and “Greatness since 1998” are delicately hand-embossed. Once unravelled, the majestic magnum reveals the label with Roger Federer's handwritten signature. Hot-stamped in gold on the inside of the iconic bottle’s tie, you will read Roger’s message: “Dreams do come true,” the words he chose to express his joy last February when he became, once again, the world’s No. 1 tennis player.
A truly Grand Vintage
The Grand Vintage Collection 1998 is one of Moët & Chandon’s most accomplished vintage champagnes, the 65th vintage in the maison's history. This brut champagne is made exclusively with grapes from the harvest of 1998, the same year that Roger Federer launched his brilliant professional career.
As such, it is the champagne that has tracked 20 years of exceptional achievements by Roger Federer, and is perfectly suited to celebrate the shining moments of his incomparable career successes.
The Roger Federer Foundation
Throughout his 20-year professional career, Roger Federer has demonstrated stylish sportsmanship, achievement and a rare generosity expressed through his commitment to sharing his success with those less fortunate. In 2003, he founded the Roger Federer Foundation, a charitable organisation dedicated to bringing education to underprivileged children in six countries in Southern Africa and Switzerland. For 2018, the Roger Federer Foundation has set out to meet a new and ambitious target: to improve the lives of one million underprivileged children through access to education. Moët & Chandon is honored to help meet that goal with its own generous donation of 100 percent of the profits from the sale of “Greatness since 1998” to the Roger Federer Foundation.