Most expensive wines.

Posted: 17/04/2013 in Food & Drinks
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D’ Amalfi Limoncello Supreme Liquor.

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Price: $44 million.

The flawless design of the bottle that is adorned with three single cut diamonds (13 carats) on the neck has made it one of the most expensive wines in the world. One of the rarest diamonds is set on the body of the bottle that alone weighs 18.5 carats and the bottle costs whooping $ 44 million.

Isabella’s Islay.

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Price: $6,2 million.

The company behind the world’s most expensive non- alcoholic drink Ruwa has come up with Isabella’s Islay, is one of the world’s most luxurious whisky that is available in two editions. Each bottle of the drink is handcrafted and is encrusted with beautiful and dazzling 8500 diamonds, almost 300 rubies. The bottle is completely covered with very old single malt cask strength Islay whisky inside and English Crystal decanter.

Chambord dy Donald Edge.

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Price: $3 million.

Designed by renowned jeweler Donald Edge, the bottle is one of the most expensive sprits containers that was unveiled by the prominent fashion designer Betsey Johnson at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York. The bottle is bejeweled with 1,100 brilliant, princess and pear cut diamonds as well as a single emerald cut diamond. the proceedings from this brilliant bottle will help in raising funds and awareness of breast cancer.

Master of malt.

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Price: $1.4 million.

The wine is produced by the well known company Malt whiskey and was discovered by Scottish historian. The hard fetched whiskey was distilled on February 17, 1906 at the Aisla T’Orten distillery in the Highlands. The cask that was used was a sherry butt and was kept in the basement for about a century by Aberdeen-based historian, Allie Sisell.

1992 Screaming Eagle Wine.

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Price: $ 500,000

1992 Screaming Eagle Wine that has a beautiful opaque purple color with elegant fruity flavors that linger in the mouth for hours.

Shipwrecked 1907 Heidsieck.

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The Shipwrecked 1907 wine is 100 year old wine obtained from the Heidsieck vineyard and took over eighty years to reach its destination. Over 200 bottles were shipped to Russian Imperial family in 1916 and got lost in the sea and was discovered in 1997 by a ship driver.
Price: $275,000

Chateau Lafite – Rothschild 1869.

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Price: $232,692

Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong ballroom witnessed a new record for auction of wine when three bottles of 1869 Chateau Lafite Rothschild went for sale and set a record of most expensive bottle of wine sold at auction.

Chateau Lafite 1787.

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Price: $160,000

Originally bought by Thomas Jefferson in France, the 1787 Chateau Lafite is amongst the finest wine that is turned into vinegar which is a natural happening.

1945 Romanee Conti.

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Price: $ 123,900

1945 Romanée Conti got a special place in the Christie’s fine-wine auction in Geneva and this exclusive wine was sold in a record breaking amount. This rare wine was produced during the World War II before the outbreak of phylloxera and only 600 bottles were created.

1865 Vintage Chateau Lafite.

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Price: $111,625

1865 vintage Château Lafite, the vintage wine originally belonged to Massachusetts and Florida-based businessman Russell H.

Chateau d’Yquem 1787.

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Price: $100,000

The special vintage wine is purchased by a US based collector of fine wines is the one of the world’s most expensive white wine bottle ever sold. Antique wine company that is based in London has sold 1787 vintage Sauternes from Chateau Yquem. The sweet wine that takes centuries to mature is made in Bordeaux from completely shriveled up and was collected by US based collector of fine wines.

Petrus Vintage 1961.

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Price: $144,00

The 1961 Pétrus that was expected to fetch $50,000 to $90,000 finally went up for sale at $144,000. This Pétrus lot has set a world record for being the most expensive Petrus wine4s ever sold at auction.

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