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10 de los vinos más caros del mundo: 1775 Jerez de Massandra

Sherry de la Frontera of 1775 – the oldest wine in Massandra winery collection, Crimea, Ukraine

Top 5 Most Expensive Wines in the World - 2016 List  #Wine http://gazettereview.com/2016/01/most-expensive-wines-in-world/

Most expensive wine in the history - Champagne Charles Heidsieck 1907

Fougeray de Beauclair Bonnes-Mares Grand Cru 2008, Burgundy France  -Best Pinot Noir

Fougeray de Beauclair Bonnes-Mares Grand Cru Burgundy France - One of The Finest Pinot Noir.

Domaine de la Romanée-Conti, Romanée-Conti 1969. 1 bottle per lot. Estimate £5,000-7,000. This lot is offered in Fine and Rare Wines from The Avery Family Cellar on 20 October 2016 at Christie’s in London, King Street

10 astonishing discoveries from a 200-year-old cellar

Domaine de la Romanée-Conti, Romanée-Conti 1 bottle per lot. Estimate This lot is offered in Fine and Rare Wines from The Avery Family Cellar on 20 October 2016 at Christie’s in London, King Street

1973 Chateau Smith Haut Lafite Graves Grand Cru Classe, vintage wine

1973 Chateau Smith Haut Lafite Graves Grand Cru Classe, vintage wine

10 de los vinos más caros del mundo: 1775 Jerez de Massandra

Sherry de la Frontera of 1775 – the oldest wine in Massandra winery collection, Crimea, Ukraine

Screaming Eagle Wine - The 3 pack lets you triple your pleasure!  Approximately $2400, if you can find it!

Screaming Eagle Wine - The 3 pack lets you triple your pleasure! Approximately $2400, if you can find it!

For R300 this kicks Moët out of the park... It's a delicate champagne which is toasty and has a lingering dry finish. I would much rather have a bottle of this than the more commercial brands which are expensive, and let's be honest, pretty perfunctory. Sophisticated yet highly drinkable. Worth trying or treating your nearest and dearest to.

For R300 this kicks Moët out of the park... It's a delicate champagne which is toasty and has a lingering dry finish. I would much rather have a bottle of this than the more commercial brands which are expensive, and let's be honest, pretty perfunctory. Sophisticated yet highly drinkable. Worth trying or treating your nearest and dearest to.

Great Chablis  Good Burgundy wine is expensive; there's no way around that. But the steely Chardonnays of Chablis in the north remain under-valued. Both 2008s and 2009s are excellent. Here's one to try: 2009 William Fevre Champs Royaux Chablis ($25) Fevre's entry-level Chablis bottling (above) is lemon-zesty, fresh and bright.

French Wine Regions: Burgundy Wine

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Restaurant Promotion: Wine Tasting: A wine tasting is a great restaurant promotion.

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