Listen up music (and vodka) fans of the world, there’s a tour of a new flavor traveling the country. Chopin Vodka’s hand-blown, seven-foot tall, 200-liter bottle has been touring the country for the past six months and is making its final debut in Beverly Hills before being auctioned off in Las Vegas to benefit the GRAMMY Foundation.
A lavish cocktail party will be thrown at Gibson Musical Instrument Showroom on Wednesday, June 2 from 6 to 9 p.m. and making its noted RSVP is the world’s largest bottle of vodka (why not?), created in celebration of the 200th anniversary of Frederic Chopin’s birth. The red carpet-debuted prodigious bottle is the exact replica of Chopin Vodka’s signature bottle and has been signed by Hollywood stars of the film world who attended the Santa Barbara International Film Festival including Oscar winners Sandra Bullock, Kathryn Bigelow and Jeff Bridges, as well as Forest Whitaker, James Cameron, Emily Blunt, Kirk Douglas, Quentin Tarantino, Julianne Moore, Maggie Gyllenhaal, and several others.
Guests will enjoy Chopin Vodka cocktails and a live performance by PettyCash at the grand event. What better way to toast to one of the great masters of music, Polish composer and pianist, Chopin, than with a glass of premium Polish vodka. Chopin Vodka, a brand that is always committed to supporting the arts and protecting its cultural legacy, embodies purity, independence, authenticity and distinction, qualities that eminently inspired the striking bottle design, and holds a uniquely creamy, full-bodied flavor from naturally grown potatoes.
Guaranteeing a minimum donation of $50,000, the Chopin bottle will be up for serious party-ready grabs at Julien’s Auction next month to benefit the GRAMMY Foundation, established to cultivate the understanding, appreciation, and advancement of the contribution of recorded music to American culture, and the celebration(s) of the winning bidders picking. A happy birthday to you indeed.