A bottle of Château Margaux 1787 sold for a staggering $225,000 in 1989, making it the most expensive wine ever sold at that time.
A case of six bottles of the 1992 vintage once sold for half a million dollars at auction, setting a record for the most expensive case of wine ever sold.
Depending on the vintage and rarity, a single bottle of Romanée-Conti can fetch anywhere from $20,000 to $40,000 or more.
A bottle of the 1951 Grange Hermitage sold for $38,000 in 2004, making it one of the most expensive Australian wines ever sold.
Due to its rarity and the reputation of the winemaker, bottles of Henri Jayer Richebourg can command prices ranging from $16,500 to $25,000 per bottle.
The 1947 Pétrus is considered one of the finest wines ever produced and has been known to fetch incredibly high prices at auctions.