Needless to say that wines are synonymous to the word “Royal” in contextual terms. This synonym can be proved with the unusual taste and the high feeling that comes with a sip of the red and white royal liquors around the world. And as a matter of fact, most century-old wines are considered a cultural heritage in the present time.
In addition, good old wines are known for one thing; they become better with time. Hence, apart from being a heritage in some places, the ever-improving taste of wines is more or less a blessing to the winery of those who can afford the ageless luxury brews. As old wines are getting finer in taste so do they become pricier to afford. Most good investors consider the purchase of wine as one of the reliable long-term business to take as good wines will not only get better in taste but also in price.
Good old wines have been reported to become scarce to find in the present day market. As a result, a bottle of wine which cost $15,000 in the last five years will likely be sold at $30,000 in the next few years. Hence, Red and white wines are not only one of the best liquor around but among the most expensive. And, should in case you know little about how costly wines can be, check out the world three most expensive wines in the context below;
1947 Cheval Blanc
The Cheval Blanc of the Nineties was last sold at the rate of $304,375 per bottle – a price which makes it become the third most expensive wine in the world. This luxurious bottle of Bordeaux is a product from one of the most renowned winemakers in the world named Chateau Cheval Blanc.
The production of the 1947 Cheval Blanc has a weird story behind its success which has made it completely impossible to imitate. In 1947, a severe weather condition was reported to have taken place, and this affected the states upon which the wine was created. Fortunately, the situation did not only make the wine have a technical imperfection but a perfect taste which defies replication.
Most of the seasoned wine tasters have endorsed the 1947 Cheval Blanc as the most excellent Cheval Blanc of the 20th century, and which, like other good wines, become better and better as the year rolls on. The 1947 Cheval Blanc is rich in taste and has a very high alcohol content. Only a small number of tasters has been able to sufficiently refuse to get addicted to his rich scent and verdant taste. It has been praised as the wine that defies the law of contemporary enology.
Jeroboam of Chateau Mouton-Rothschild 1945
The family of the Chateau Mouton is one of the wealthiest family in the world. Hence you can imagine how much a bottle of their ageless tasty wine will cost. To save you the stress, a bottle of the Jeroboam of Chateau Mouton-Rothschild 1945 will cost you $310,700 to have in your winery. This expensive wine was first produced from the vineyard of Nathaniel Rothschild, and it became a much sought-after liquor after it was used for celebration during the post-World War II period. In fact, the V symbol on the label is a sign of victory by the Allied forces.
A single glass of the Jeroboam of Chateau Mouton-Rothschild 1945 will cost you around $8,631. The good old wine has a dual tongue-taste with sweet dried cherry and raspberry taste on the palate while you will perceive a medley, pleasant scent of pine, vanilla, dry green moss, blended with mint. A sip will get you a better taste of this rich vintage wine that is considered as the second most expensive wine in the world.
Screaming Eagle Cabernet Sauvignon 1992
At the rate of $500,000 most recent cost, the Screaming Eagle Cabernet Sauvignon 1992 is the most expensive wine throughout the world. The astounding high price of this more than a decade old drink can be attributed to two factors; one, there is a limited amount of quality vintage wine from its area of production, and two, the taste of this ageless wine has been described as entirely spectacular. This rich liquor is, however, not a product of Italy or France, but America precisely Oakville in California. The Screaming Eagle Cabernet Sauvignon 1992 is wholly unrefined and unfiltered. It consists 60% new oak and has mesmerizing blackcurrant, vanilla, boysenberry and smoky dark chocolate scent with minute oak traces in its content.
Be ready to relish a heavenly taste or an ever-improving luxury in your abode if you are fortunate enough to purchase one of the world most expensive vintage wines.