Top 10 Expensive wine
Domaine de la Romanée-Conti Grand CruAverage Price: $19,702 The Burgundy producer Domaine Romanée-Conti, known as "DRC" to collectors, consistently commands the highest prices in the world of wine
Domaine Leroy Musigny Grand CruAverage Price: $19,702Maximum Price: $551,314Another Burgundy offering, Domaine Leroy practices biodynamic farming.
Egon Muller ScharzhofbergerAverage Price: $13,220Maximum Price: $33,883The most expensive white wine is this riesling from the Mosel region of Germany.
Domaine Georges Price: $12,882Maximum Price: $25,222Georges Roumier established in 1924, and his son and grandson, Jean-Marie and Christophe Roumier, took over the winemaking after his death.
Domaine Leflaive Montrachet Grand Cru Price: $10,030 Domaine Leflaive bottles can be found for less than $75, but wines from the 12 acres of grand cru vineyards go for much more.
J.S. Terrantez MadeiraAverage Price: $8,285Maximum Price: $9,499 This fortified wine from Portugal was produced the same year Thomas Jefferson was sworn in for his second presidential term.
Domaine de la RomanéeAverage Price: $7,924Maximum Price: $108,000 DRC is also known for this white wine, as few as 250 cases of which are released each year.
Domaine Leroy Chambertin Grand CruAverage Price: $7,480Maximum Price: $16,769Lalou Bize-Leroy founded Domaine Leroy in 1988. Chambertin is the second of her grands crus to make this list.
Domaine Leroy Richebourg Grand CruAverage Price: $6,015Maximum Price: $10,280A vintage with a post-world-war appeal that is known for its full-bodied taste profile. Only 700 bottles are made a year.
Screaming Eagle Sauvignon BlancAverage Price: $5,983Maximum Price: $9,058Screaming Eagle is primarily known for its cult cabernet sauvignon, but its sauvignon blanc production is even more limited.