Top 10 Most Expensive Wines in the World
To get a the best wine in the world, wine fans ready to spare thousand of dollars to enjoy it.in the following list, we are going to stumble upon the best and most expensive wine they are looking for.if you are affluent wine fans you probably already enjoy one of the wine on the following list.
10.Screaming Eagle Cab 1992 ($300)
Screaming eagle is coming from Dalla Valle vineyard, Oakville. It is known for the dusty quality and the loyal fanbase.in 2001, one of Cisco board, Chase Bailey purchased a bottle of it for $300,000. All the money went to donation.
9.Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1982: $700
although it is pretty young wine,Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1982 is one of the rarest and finest production of Mouton Rothschild winery. the tasting notes compose various red fruits, tea, tobacco,blueberries,and cedar. in 1997, Christie’s auction sold 600 bottles of it for $420,000
8. Screaming Eagle 1994: $3,833
Screaming Eagle 1994 is a broker item this moment and we can only get it in an auction. in year 2000, 3 bottles of Screaming eagle 1994 was purchased for $11,499 or $3,833 a bottle.Today, view wine retail company such as FineWineCollector.com and Sommelier At Large (Hong kong) sell it from $2000-$8000 a bottle.
7. Le Montrachet, DRC 1978: $23,929
Le Montrachet is a red wine from France’s Burgundy region. The wine composes pinot noir that was extracted traditionally. in 2001,Sotheby’s New York sold 7 bottles of Le Montrachet 1978 and fetched $$23,929 totally.It was the last bottles of Le Montrachet DRC 1978
.6. Romanee Conti, DRC 1990: $28,112
Romanee Conti 1990 came from village of Vosne-Romanee. It fills finest selected Pinot noir and processed traditionally, It is one of the rarest wine in the world and the number is very limited. in 1996, Sotheby’s London 8 bottles of Romanee conti 1990 and those wine fetched $224,900 or $28,112 a bottle
5. Penfolds Grange Hermitage 1951: $38,420
Penfolds Grange Hermitage 1951 is a vintage collection at was released for the first time in 1952. It is made of finest wine and no more available in wine stores. In 2004, one bottle of Penfolds Grange Hermitage 1951 was purchased in one auction in Australia for A$50,000 or around $38,420
4. Massandra Sherry: $43,500
Massandra Sherry is one of the oldest wines in the world and it is already known since the glorious time of Czarists in Russia. In 2001, one bottle of Massandra Sherry was purchased for $43,500 in Sotheby’s London.
3. Chateau d Yquem 1784: $56,588.
Former US president Thomas Jefferson loved Chateau d Yquem 1784 and his genuine signature is something you we could not find easily. In 1986, one Chateau d Yquem 1784 arrived in Christie’s London. On one auction night, Christie’s has sold it for a bidder for $56,588
2. Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1945: $ 114,614
Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1945 is a hunted collection and most admired vintage chateau in 20th century. In 1997, Christie’s London sold it to undisclosed buyer for $114,614.
1. Chateau Lafite 1787: $160,000
The Chateau Lafite 1787 carries the genuine signature of Thomas Jefferson. It was his most favorite wine and he loved the wine until the end of his day. It becomes the most expensive wine in the world because in 1985 Forbes purchased it from Christie’s auction London for $160,000