Because of the holiday season we thought that is good for you to know which are the world’s top 10 most expensive wine bottles. Here is the list:
10.Screaming Eagle Cab 1992
This wine is usually sold for $300 a bottle, but its value was somehow overshadowed as it was auctioned for charity. The Imperial of Screaming Eagle Cab 1992 was sold at the Napa Valley Wine auction, who was is 2000, for an gigantic sum of $500,000. It was purchased by Cisco Systems, executive Chase Bailey.
9.Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1982
I see the wholesale term is well known in wine collectors’ world. Six hundred bottles of the Chateau Mouton Rothschild were sold at Christie’s / Zachy’s in New York for an astonishing price of $420,000; that means $700 per bottle.
8.Screaming Eagle 1994
Three bottles of Screaming Eagle 1994 were sold at Christie’s ins Los Angeles 2000. The final price was calculated as $3,833 for a bottle.
7.Romanée-Conti DRC 1990
Our 7th place of the World’s Top 10 Most Expensive Wines is occupied by Romanée-Conti DRC 1990. 6 bottles of the wine were sold for $5,800 each at Zachy’s in New York.
6.Le Montrachet, DRC 1978
Seven bottles of Le Montrachet DRC 1978 were sold at Sotheby’s in New Yorl 2001 at the price of $23,929 per bottle.
5.Romanée-Conti DRC 1990
The fifth place in our top is occupied again by Romanée-Conti DRC 1990, but this time the wine was sold in a set for $224,900; that means $28,112 per bottle. The auction was at Sotheby’s in London 1996.
On the fifth place we had a 90s wine. Let’s spin the wheel back to 1775. This is the year when Massandra Sherry was made. The wine was sold at Sotheby’s in London in 2001 at the incredible price of $43,500 for a bottle. Massandra is a winery that was higly admired in the Czarist Russia. Massandra’s cellar hosts about one million of both Russian and Western European wines. Massandra Sherry was the oldest among the Western European variety.
3.Chateau d’Yquem 1784
Here is the third most expensive wine in the world. Chateau d’Yquem 1784 was sold for the amazing price of $56,588. The auction was in London 1986 at Christie’s. This bottle also bears the initials of Thomas Jefferson.
2.Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1945
The second place in our Top 10 World’s most expensive wines is occupied by Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1945. This wine was considered to be one among the highly admired vintages of the 20th century. One bottle of this piece was sold for $114,614 at Christie’s London in 1997.
1.Chateau Lafite 1787
Here is the most expensive wine in the world. Chateau Lafite is its name, it’s a wine made in 1787 and it bears Thoms Jefferson’s initials. On bottle of this beauty was sold for $160,000 at Christie’s in London. The auction was in 1985.
Our top 10 world’s most expensive wines, ended. If you want to make a perfect gift to someone you love or to your business partner, this is what you need.