A trip to space is something to celebrate — but given its bubbly nature, champagne has been unavailable aboard spaceflights. Until now. Mumm Cordon Rouge Stellar Champagne has a unique bottle created by space design agency Spade, with help from French space agency CNES, that allows the drink to be served outside Earth's atmosphere. It features a 375ml glass bottle housed in an aeronautical-grade aluminum shell, with a traditional cork that enables it to receive Champagne AOC certification. When uncorked in zero gravity, the specially-created blend of pinot noir and other reserves from the past five years is released on demand via a button on the bottom and gathers in the aluminum ring that holds the cork in place, creating a sphere of champagne that's served in a purpose-designed tasting glass. The unique blend will be served on Axiom Space's private flights.