Most expensive wine bottles in the world

The thought of finding a special bottle and having to pay exorbitant prices for 750ml is a thrill that a wine enthusiast looks forward to.

This article looks at what drives wine prices and some of the world’s most expensive wines you can invest in. We’ll show you wines that broke auction records if the price tags aren’t enough to make you scream.

We will also show you how to invest in expensive wine and a hassle-free method of building a portfolio.

The 1869 label is the first vintage the Rothschild family produced in their chateau winery in Médoc. The Premier Grand Cru Classé wine was bottled in 1953 and 1983 and became the most expensive single wine bottle sold at an auction in 2010. This 1869 Bordeaux blend boasts aromas of cedar, oak, and leather. The palate retains its flavors of blackcurrant and plum, along with strong tannins.

2009 Domaine Leroy Musigny Grand Cru, Cote de Nuits ($96,910)

Domaine Leroy is a wine producer from Cote de Nuits, Burgundy, making a range of wines from Pinot Noir grapes grown in the world’s most iconic vineyards. The winery is also known for its exquisite Chambertin Grand Cru wines or the Domaine Leroy Chambertin Grand Cru. The 2009 Domaine Leroy Musigny Grand Cru is a truly spectacular wine with raspberry, rose, cherry, and spice aromas. This red wine has a multidimensional palate with satiny tannins.

1847 Chateau d’Yquem, Sauternes ($101,986)

Chateau d’Yquem produces prestigious Sauternes wine that’s considered to be the world’s greatest sweet wine. Wine Spectator gave this wine 99 points, while Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate gave it 100 points.

This vintage is a perfect blend of vanilla and ripe raspberry notes. The palate is luscious and sweet with honey and plum flavors.

2001 Leroy Domaine d’Auvenay Chevalier-Montrachet Grand Cru, Cote de Beaune ($42,894)

Domaine d’Auvenay is a wine estate based in Cote de Beaune , France. During the 1990s, Lalou Bize Leroy, the renowned owner of Leroy and a shareholder of Romanée-Conti, made an acquisition that would leave a mark in the wine world. Lalou Bize Leroy purchased the esteemed Auvenay winery, further cementing her reputation as a visionary. The 2001 white wine vintage has honey, white flower, and apricot aromas with a textured palate of light fruity flavors.

1959 Egon Muller Scharzhofberger Riesling Trockenbeerenauslese ($41,580)

Weingut Egon Muller works exclusively with Riesling and is based in the Saar Valley in Mosel, Germany.

This sweet white wine is a heavenly blend of rock, minerals, ripe citrus, and spices. The wine has a light texture and many flavors, which lead to a long finish.

2017 Domaine Georges & Christophe Roumier Musigny Grand Cru, Cote de Nuits ($32,400)

Domaine Georges Roumier produces some of Burgundy’s most expensive and highly rated wines.

The aromas of this French wine include orange peel, cherries, and candied citrus peel. Black fruit and cassis flavors dominate the palate.

1959 Dom Perignon Rose, Champagne ($26,636)

The 1959 vintage was the first Dom Perignon Rose to be produced. But it remained unreleased to the public. It was exclusively reserved for the Shah of Iran’s grand celebration marking the 2,500th anniversary of the Persian Empire, which took over a decade to plan and orchestrate.

Ripe fruit flavors, a warm sweetness, and a powerful structure accompany honey, tobacco, and coffee aromas.

2014 Leroy Domaine d’Auvenay Batard-Montrachet Grand Cru, Cote de Beaune ($25,758)

Batard-Montrachet is Domaine d’Auvenay’s Grand Cru vineyard specifically designated for the production of exceptional Chardonnay white wines.

The 2014 vintage has a full-bodied, rich profile with tangerine flavors, creamy textures, and honeyed notes. White tannins and dry extract complement the wine. It has a long-lasting oak finish.

2015 Domaine Leflaive Montrachet Grand Cru, Cote de Beaune ($23,441)

Domaine Leflaive makes Chardonnay wines from four premier cru and four grand cru sites.

The nose of this French wine is a wonderful combination of spring flowers, lemon, and toasted nuts. The wine has a mineral-rich palate and a long finish.

2014 Leroy Domaine d’Auvenay Mazis Chambertin Grand Cru, Cote de Nuits ($15,928)

Mazis Chambertin is another of Domaine d’Auvenay’s Grand Cru vineyards that produce age-worthy Pinot Noir wines.

This expensive wine is scented with cassis, dark berries, and licorice. A smooth texture and refined tannins characterize the elegant palate of this wine.

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