Vertical Limit Champagne Storage Rack

Champagne maker Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin commissioned Porsche Design to create this eye-catching storage rack called "Vertical Limit." The 6-feet tall cabinet holds 12 magnums of Clicquot champagnes and keeps them chilled at 12° celcius - the same climate as the company's cellar in Reims, France.

Only 15 Vertical Limits were produced. If you want it, it'll set you back $70,000!

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I was under the impression that no alcohol in a glass bottle should be stored on its side. . . I don't know, personally it doesn't look that attractive yet bulky.
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I'm no expert on the subject, but I was told at a couple different vineyards that champagne should be stored standing up, not on its side like other wines. Surely they couldn't have made sure a glaring mistake though, right?
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