Three collectors have come together to create what appears to be the most significant champagne auction ever. The multimillion-dollar auction is made up of over 900 lots that contain bottles, magnums, Jeroboams, and even two Methuselahs (6 liters) of the celebratory beverage. The champagne was inspected thoroughly by Acker using enhanced authentication practices as well as intense color analysis to create the ultimate collection of old champagne. Standouts include 114 bottles of Dom Perignon and Moet & Chandon dating back to 1911, 128 bottles of Salon dating back to 1928, and many more. The collection can be viewed on Acker's bidding platform now, with live-streaming bidding starting June 9th.