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The big picture: Radisson unveils world's tallest wine tower

5 Feb 2009 by Mark Caswell

Rezidor has unveiled a 16-metre high wine tower at its
Radisson Blu Hotel, Zurich Airport, complete with flying “Wine Angels”  able to retrieve any of the tower’s 4,000
bottles.

Costing around four million Swiss Francs to build, the 27.5-ton
tower is only the third of its kind in the world, and the second to appear in a
Radisson property, following the established wine tower at the Radisson SAS
Stansted Airport.

Wine angels are on hand to acrobatically retrieve
customers’ choice every day between 11:45am and 1:30pm, and
from 5:15pm and 11:30pm, as well as performing acrobatic shows at regular
intervals.

For more information visit zurich.radissonsas.com.

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