Not everything is as inebriating and turning on a topic to prattle about as wines are. While you might call wine as grape juice gone vitiated, I might, in contrary, refer to it as a living thing, with an identity resplendent, and a life independent. While you might spend hours marveling over exactly what is it that makes wine prices shot in the arm during allotments and auctions, I might just smirk in pride over those hundred years of refinement, a culture that the beautiful bottle encloses within, and an experience so sumptuous. If you are a wine aficionado, I might as well find no excuse to argue, for you very well know that wine, undoubtedly, has opened gates of sophistication, but at the same time, has become a pricey fixed attitude. That said, a comprehensive expensive wine list that follows below serves two purposes - if you are born with a silver spoon, you might end up buying one the moment you finish reading, or if you cannot afford these expensive wine brands, here I bestow upon you an opportunity to flaunt your know-how with regards to which boast upon being the most expensive wine names in the world.
List of the Most Expensive Wines
Tell me, how much could you really spend for a thing you won't ever bring into use? Five hundred bucks? Thousand? Five thousand at the max? The price tags of some of the most expensive wines listed below may mean you're in awe for quite a while. It's the age of the wine, the vineyard, the market value, and the owner of the wine bottle heavily affect the pricing of a wine piece. While in an auction, you might just realize that the prices have gone out of hand most of the times, for it is the rarest wine pieces that are the highest in demand.
However, for the most part, if you ask me the best way to impress a woman, I'd say, open to her a cellar full of fine wines, and she'll give away her heart. Even if you don't own one, a tad-bit of knowledge would definitely do the tricks for making her interested in you. What follows below is an expensive wine list, sectioned into names and price at which they were auctioned and sold.
Expensive Wine Price Per Bottle (in USD)
Chateau Lafite, 1869 $232,692
Chateau Lafite, 1787 $160,000
Chateau Mouton-Rothschild Jeroboam, 1945 $114,614
Screaming Eagle Cab, 1994 $80,000
Penfold Grange Hermitage, 1951 $56,988
Chateau d'Y quem, 1784 $56,588
Massandra Sherry, 1775 $43,500
Romanee Cont, DRC, 1990 $28,112
Montrachet, 1978 $23,929
That is, indeed, a lot of money! There is yet another name which isn't mentioned in the above list. It's Chateau Margaux, 1787 that is insured for 225,000 USD. You know, while you may just read the names and forget them, thinking that a bottle of white wine from the supermarket nearby is sufficing enough, there are wine lovers for who, collecting the most expensive wines is no less than a fetish. The most expensive wines certainly made a mark on the psyches of wine aficionados with their market value and substance.
A wine cognoscente will be able to tell you how important it is for the atmosphere to be right and the wine accessories to be apt to set the mood of the eve. Rest? Just a sip of the most expensive wine adorning your wine cellar, and you'll know why is it set at such a rate.
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