Allegrini 2018

Romanée-Conti is the most expensive in the world, and Masseto is number one in Italy

The "Wine-Searcher" ranking update sees Burgundy in the lead, while Bolgheri and Brunello di Montalcino are the leaders in Italy
Drc the most expensive wine in the world, Masseto n. 1 in Italy according to Wine-Searcher

The prices of the most expensive wines on the planet are growing around the world. According to the reference portal, "Wine-Searcher" ranking, updated at the end of October 2018, at the very top there is, as always, the legendary Burgundy, Domaine de la Romanée-Conti Romanée-Conti Grand Cru, for an average price of 19.052 US dollars per bottle, followed by Domaine Leroy Musigny Grand Cru at 17.783 USD per bottle, and Egon Muller Scharzhofberger Riesling Trockenbeerenauslese, for 13.376 USD per bottle, reveals the database of the Australian portal, which takes into account prices of thousands of wineries and wine shops all over the world.
To complete the "top 5" in the world, once again Burgundy, Domaine Georges & Christophe Roumier Musigny Grand Cru, on average at 13.376 USD, and Domaine Leflaive Montrachet Grand Cru, at 10.184 USD per bottle.
The ranking reserved for Italy shows that the number one most expensive wine for Italy is Masseto, costing on average 645 euros, followed by Toscana IGT Case Basse of Gianfranco Soldera at 502 euros, and Brunello di Montalcino Riserva of Tenuta Greppo di Biondi Santi, a 486 euros. In position number four, Colore di Bibi Graetz Testamatta at 414 euros per bottle, ahead of Vin Santo di Montepulciano Occhio di Pernice of Avignonesi at 394 euros, Barolo Artist Label by Bartolo Mascarello at 380 euros, Sorì San Lorenzo di Gaja at 360 euros, Barolo Villero Riserva by Vietti at 349 euros a bottle, Barbaresco Sorì Tildìn of Gaja at 341 euros and, closing the "top 10", Pegasos Toscana IGT again by Case Basse, on average at 339 euros per bottle.

Copyright © 2000/2021

Contatti: info@winenews.it
Seguici anche su Twitter: @WineNewsIt
Seguici anche su Facebook: @winenewsit

Questo articolo è tratto dall'archivio di WineNews - Tutti i diritti riservati - Copyright © 2000/2021

Altri articoli