The World’s Most Expensive Wines
Do you think that to make wine is a simple thing?Well is not so easy because to make wine is indeed an art that has taken years and years to perfect.Even if making a wine is amazing ,most amazing is how different factors affect the price of a bottle.
The top producing regions of wine are France, Italy, Northern California, Germany, Australia, South Africa, Chile, and Portugal.Here are some of the world’s most expensive wines:
Screaming Eagle Cabernet Sauvignon 1992 & Screaming Eagle 1994
Screaming Eagle Winery and Vineyards is a California wine estate producing limited amounts of varietal wine. This winery located in Napa Valley’s Oakville AVA, it was founded in 1986 by Jean Philips and Tony Bowden founded the winery in 1986.It is a wine with a dark purple color and infused with flavors of blackcurrants and toasty oak.It has a fruity flavors and is sweet.The wine sold at an auction in Napa for charity for about $80,000 a bottle, a case of six sold for $500,000. Screaming Eagle 1994 can be bought for about $4000.
Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1982 & Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1945
These wines like the Screaming Eagle also has blackcurrant taste but these have has a sort of licorice aroma with hints of gingerbread, caramel, mocha, and candied peel. Other flavors are of black fruit, spice, vanilla, cinnamon, pepper, cherry, and chocolate.Chateau Mouton-Rothschild is described as a young and strong wine .In 1982, Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1982 was selling for $390 a case. Price now is about $2000. Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1945 sells for about $13,000.
Romanee Conti, DRC 1990
Romanee Conti is one of the most expensive wines of France as well as the world. A set of eight bottles sold in 1990 for about $225,000, which is roughly about $28,000 a bottle.