9) 1907 Heidsieck — $275,000
These hundred year old bottles of Champagne from the Heidsieck vineyard in Champagne took over eighty
years to reach their destination. Shipped to the Russian Imperial family in 1916, a shipwreck off the coast of
Finland caused this champagne to be lost at sea until divers discovered over 200 bottles in 1997. Now they’re
finally being sold—to wealthy guests at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Moscow, at least. Of course, the wine’s extraordinary
tale and incredible age are what makes it the world’s most expensive wine.
7) The Macallan 64 Year Old in Lalique — $460,000
6) Screaming Eagle — $500,000
Giá nửa triệu đô là nguyên thùng 6 chai, tính ra chỉ hơn 80.000USD/chai; rẻ rề!
4) Scottish Diva Vodka — $1 million
3) Henri IV Dudognon Heritage — $2 million
2) Pasión Azteca, Platinum Liquor Bottle by Tequila Ley — $3.5 million
1) D’Amalfi Limoncello Supreme — $44 million
Only two bottles of D’Amalfi Limoncello Supreme were made, containing a delicious liquor from the Antica Distillery Russo of Italy. The first one has already been commissioned for an Italian lady, so there is only one more chance for you to grab the remaining one.
Limoncello is an Italian national drink, made of fermented lemons. For this, the fruit must stay in a mixture of alcohol and sugar for a least 20 days. The beverage is usually served either before a meal, or after dinner as a refreshing, light drink. It is said that the best Limoncello is made from the sweet lemons that grow on the Amalfi coast, so the pricy D’Amalfi Limoncello Supreme must be truly delicious.