Going over-the-top in Vegas is nothing new, but tonight, Hakkasan takes it to new levels when it unveils a Armand de Brignac Rosé 30L Midas — the largest bottle of Rosé Champagne ever produced. And the bottle, which contains the equivalent of 40 regular-sized 750-ml bottles, comes with a price tag that matches — $275,000.
The massive bottle weighs in at 100 pounds and measures more than four feet high. Tonight, Hakkasan at the MGM Grand plans to uncork the first bottle for the Jay Z after-party.
A staff of just eight people crafts each bottle of Armand de Brignac by hand at the family house, established in 1763 in Chigny-les-Roses, France. Since the Champagne requires such labor-intensive production methods, only an extremely limited number are available. Save up those shekels to buy one of your own.
In May, reality star Coco Austin went off on the prices of bottle service at Hakkasan and tweeted a photo of the menu. While the midas of Armand de Brignac certainly catches your breath with its cost, the Dynastie there goes for a cool $500,000 and includes a bottle of each of these sizes of Ace of Spades Gold Brut: 750 ml, magnum, jeroboam, rehoboam, methuselah, salamazar, balthazar, nebuchanezzar and midas.
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