From now on, the most expensive wine in the world is produced not in Burgundy
From now on, the most expensive wine in the world is produced not in Burgundy, as was recently recorded, but in the south-west of France in the territories of Bordeaux wines.
This was reported by the French professional publication Vitisphere.
These laurels passed from the famous Burgundy “Le Domaine de la Romanee-Conti”, or, as it is called among experts, DRC, to “Liber Pater” – the wine AOC (Appellation d’Origine Controlee – controlled name by origin) Graves – wine-making Graves subregion as part of the Bordeaux wine region.
Having become the most expensive of Bordeaux wines last year, Liber Pater is now sold at the most expensive price in the world for a bottle, beating the main competitor – DRC.
Loic Pasque, the founder of the Liber Pater farm in 2006, estimates wine from the 2015 harvest at 30 thousand euros per bottle, which is seven times more expensive than the average average price of wines from this producer.