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What Are The 10 Most Expensive Wines in the World?

What happens to the value of a bottle of wine if you drink it? It’s a conversation that must often happen around the dinner table after the host announces that he has purchased a bottle of wine with a value soaring into the thousands. And does cost always equate to quality? Often that’s not the point – it’s the rarity that gives these valuable vintages their financial flavour. What Are The 10 Most Expensive Wines in the World?

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10. Cheval Blanc St-Emilion 1947 – £97,000


Occupying the tenth position is a world-class vintage wine, that sold for £97,000 in 2006. It is one of only two wines that have ever been granted Class A status in the Classification of Saint-Emilion wine. As far as we know, just 110,000 bottles were produced and only a few have managed to survive. Considered by the best sommeliers in the world as the finest Cheval Blanc in the twentieth century, the Cheval Blanc St-Emilion 1947 has a sensual flavour and luxurious texture.

9. Henri Jayer, Vosne-Romanée Cros Parantoux 1999 — £98,000

Number nine on the list is actually a bit of a bargain, as the buyer got a whole case of wine, instead of one individual bottle. The case of Cros Parantoux sold for £98,000 at a Christie’s Hong Kong wine sale. It was produced in the heart of France’s Burgundy wine region.

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