Jeroboam of Chateau Mouton-Rothschild

Okay, so now you’re confused, right? First I said the most expensive bottle ever was about $160K and now at number two I’ve listed one that cost almost twice that. Three sheets to the wind? Not at all. See, this bottle of red that sold in 2007 was a large bottle, not a standard-size. But take a look down below at the price per glass and you’ll see which is truly the more expensive of the two. Had this giant bottle been a standard 750 ml bottle, it would have only sold for $51,783. (By the way, 1945 is considered one of the very best vintages of the 20th century and Mouton-Rothschild one the world’s greatest clarets. If you ever happen upon a bottle, don’t drink it!)

Price per glass: $8,631

— original source: http://theweek.com

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