Have $100,000 to blow? Then you can afford the least valuable one of these 12 rare and expensive alcohols!
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1947 Cheval Blanc ($135,125)
The 1947 Cheval Blanc has been unofficially crowned as the greatest wine of the last 100 years. While it’s not quite the most expensive wine ever made, it is regarded as possibly the best tasting Bordeaux. The good taste is ironic considering that 1947 was filled with a poor crop and hot weather that threatened the fermentation process.
1787 Chateau Lafite ($156,000)
While the actual wine in this bottle of 1787 Chateau Lafite has almost certainly spoiled, the age of the wine and owner of the bottle made it extremely valuable. The initials “Th. J.” are etched into the front of the bottle, which was the marking of President Thomas Jefferson. This was his personal bottle of wine from just after the American Revolutionary War!