The Renault wine bottle on Route 9 in New Gretna, circa 2002. (Photo by Pete Stemmer.)
A rear entrance in the bottle base shows that it is indeed, hollow. (Photo by Pete Stemmer.)
A wooden frame inside the bottle supports and anchors the hollow structure. (Photo by Pete Stemmer.)
The local property owner covered the bottle in white plastic to persuade the Renault Winery to pay rent to advertise their product on his property. (Photo by Pete Stemmer.)
The Renault Wine bottle today. The leaning tower of Pizza has nothing on New Gretna. (Photo by Pete Stemmer.)
The Renault wine bottle from a satellite photo downloaded from Google Earth. Notice the dark shadow cast to the left of the white bottle.
(l-r) The Egg Harbor City, Hammonton, and Bayville advertising bottles. (Photos from "The Giant Containers" on the "Roadside Architecture" web site at http://www.agilitynut.com/vessels/3.html .)