The World's Largest Bottle of Champagne

Champagne is commonly used as a celebratory drink. It will require a large celebration to finish off Luc Belaire's Zeus. The world's largest bottle of champagne, it holds 45L of bubbly — or 60 regular bottles — weighs 160 pounds when full, and contains three billion bubbles. It was seven years in the making, with aerospace engineers using a process of spin forming, machining, internal coating, powder coating, and pressure testing to create the nearly unbreakable steel form. Only two bottles have been produced thus far, one filled with Belaire's Rare Rosé, the other with Luc Belaire Luxe demi-sec. Both bottles will be undertaking a global tour, with celebrities, creators, and fans invited to try and lift them via a bespoke pulley system, with a prize awarded to anyone strong enough to lift the massive 40-inch-tall vessel.

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