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CHATEAU MARGAUX 1787 – $225,000

by SuperRichToy.com     2021-06-13 10:33:06   

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  • CHATEAU MARGAUX 1787 – $225,000 Read more at: https://www.beautifullife.info/industrial-design/top-10-expensive-bottles-wine-world/ Having the initials of none other than Thomas Jefferson, this ancient wine had a very sad end actually. Jefferson was a famous oenophile, and when he was serving as an ambassador to France, he often bought bottles from Bordeaux and Burgundy. This particular bottle was owned by William Solokin who priced it at $225,000, and took it to a Four Season Hotel for a dinner to celebrate it. And a waiter bumped against the table by accident, making the bottle shatter to bits. While the insurance company paid him out, Solokin will probably never be able to get over the loss of a wine like that which he was unable to taste even a bit. Read more at: https://www.beautifullife.info/industrial-design/top-10-expensive-bottles-wine-world/

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