Top 10 Most Expensive Wines in the World that You may Put on your Wine Holders

10. Screaming Eagle Cab 1992: $300

This wine is usually sold for $300 but this wine should have ranked first in terms of price, its value was somehow overshadowed as it was auctioned for charity. Imperial of Screaming Eagle Cab 1992 was sold at the Napa Valley Wine Auction in 2000 for an astronomical sum of $500,000. The wine as purchased by Cisco Systems executive Chase Bailey. Though technically it had fetched the highest ever price, but much of its price has to be discounted as it was meant for charitable purposes.

most expensive wine in the world Screaming Eagle Cab 1992

Screaming Eagle Cab 1992

9. Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1982: $700

Ninth in line is fifty cases (six hundred bottles) of Chateau Mouton-Rothschild 1982. The sale was made at Christie’s/Zachy’s New York in 1997 for an astonishing price of $420,000 ($700 per bottle).

most expensive wine in the world Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1982

Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1982

8. Screaming Eagle 1994 : $3,833

At the eighth spot stands three bottles of Screaming Eagle 1994, sold at Christie’s Los Angeles in 2000. The price fetched was $3,833 per bottle.

most expensive wine in the world Screaming Eagle 1994

Screaming Eagle 1994

7. Romanée-Conti DRC 1990 : $5,800

Romanée-Conti, DRC 1990 is in the seventh place. 6 magnums of the wine were sold at Zachy’s New York at $5,800 each.

most expensive wine in the world romanee conti drc 1990

romanee conti drc 1990

6. Le Montrachet, DRC 1978 : $23,929

Sixth in line is Le Montrachet, DRC 1978. Seven bottles of it were sold at Sotheby’s New York in 2001 at $23,929 per bottle.

most expensive wine in the world Le Montrachet DRC 1978

Le Montrachet DRC 1978

5. Romanee Conti, DRC 1990 : $28,112

At the fifth place stands set of eight bottles of Romanée-Conti, DRC 1990. The set was sold for $224,900 (or $28,112 per bottle) at Sotheby’s London in 1996.

most expensive wine in the world Romanée Conti DRC 1990

Romanée Conti DRC 1990

4. Massandra Sherry : $43,500

Now comes the turn of the 1775 Sherry from the Massandra Collection, sold at Sotheby’s London in 2001. It fetched a price of $43,500. Massandra winery was highly admired in the Czarist Russia. Massandra’s cellar contains umpteen bottles (close to a million) of both Russian and Western European wines. This Sherry was the oldest among the Western European variety.

most expensive wine in the world Massandra Sherry 1775

Massandra Sherry 1775

3. Chateau d Yquem 1784 : $56,588
The wine bottle of 1784 Chateau d’Yquem stands third. It was sold at Christie’s London in 1986 for an amazing sum of $56,588. This bottle also bears the initials of Thomas Jefferson.

most expensive wine in the world Chateau dYquem 1784

Chateau dYquem 1784

2. Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1945 : $ 114,614

Jeroboam Chateau Mouton-Rothschild 1945 fetched the second highest price ever. The wine was considered to be one among the highly admired vintages of the 20th century. It was sold for a whopping $114,614 at Christie’s London in 1997.

most expensive wine in the world Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1945

Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1945

1. Chateau Lafite 1787 : $160,000

The bottle of wine that fetched the highest ever price was Chateau Lafite, 1787. It fetched a price of $160,000 at Christie’s London in 1985. The wine was bought for Forbes collection. The specialty of the bottle is that it bears Thomas Jefferson’s initials etched on the glass.

most expensive wine in the world Chateau Lafite 1787

Chateau Lafite 1787

Those wines are perfect gifts for your best business partner, but may not a perfect Gifts For Doctors as they concern more about their health.

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