Drinking champagne is, to me, associated with special moments. I don’t think than bubbling up the moment would bring more flavor to the celebration, but I sometimes like traditions just where and when they’re supposed to be.
Leon Verres’s ambition, to launch a bottle of sparkling wine for the elites of the Rich Club is a risky initiative in times like these, but I guess for some, a 9 liters (304 fl oz) champagne bottle for $2,75 million could be looked at as a bargain. (the story continues right after the jump! Don’t miss the rest of the pictures and the video!)
The good news is that Leon Verres only made 5 of them million-bottles, disguised them in yeti outfits and cleverly placed them in the garden, along with Easter eggs, for any (lucky, rich) child to find!
Just kidding, he did actually made 5 bottles except they’re dressed with designer outfits, studded with diamonds, wearing a Russian fur cap (Shapka). Miniature versions are available, 0,75 liter (25 fl oz) for just $2,750!
Don’t miss the promotional video, it may promote the world’s most expensive champagne but it definitely has the cheapest, tackiest promotional concept! Don’t you suddenly feel lucky not attending Le Billionaire Champagne Club? (is it just me, or this looks like a bad joke?) (via 1, 2)