5 Costliest White Wines
A tasteful glass of crystal, sparkling white wine that perfectly accompanies party delicacies is an essential for all wine collectors and those who simply just love their wine. Some of the most expensive white wines have a delightful flavoring and texture that makes them wines to die for. Spicy, tangy, sweet flavors combined in impressive bottles are the pride of wine collectors. Here is a list of 5 costliest white wines.
1. Chateau d’Yquem
According to recent statistics, 1811 Chateau d’Yquem was the most expensive white wine bottled in a luscious appearance was sold for a price of $118,000. It originated from the Bordeaux vineyards in France. It was recently sold by The Antique Wine Company to the wine connoisseur and private wine collector, Christian Vanneque. This wine has sold impressively owing to its complex flavor and texture.
2. 1998 Veuve Clicquot La Grande Dame
This champagne is not perhaps the oldest in the collection of a wine collector’s cabinet but it sure has a lovely, sparkling texture and tastes so delicious that you might altogether forget about the toast. This wine hailing from France costs $120.
3. 2008 Littorai Thieriot Vineyard Chardonnay
All the way from Sonoma Coast, California, this impressive bottle is the priceless possession of a wine collector. It’s a single vineyard that produces a rich, creamy, white wine texture with the tartiness and zing from the fruit. You can bet that this wine will just mature into such an exquisite flavor that you can’t imagine.