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A Bottle of Wine for More  Than 80.000 Euro?

GERMANY (Munich) - A bottle of Chateau d'Yquem 1847, one of the most expensive and most exclusive wines in the world, will change its owner on 6th February. This was announced by the vendor who comes from Northern Germany.  The bid price at the Munich auction for the 169 year old bottle is 41,520 Euro. The estimated average trade prize as per the catalogue is at 83,040 Euro. The auction has been organised by Germany’s biggest wine auction company Koppe & Partner and will take place in the fine Munich Hotel Königshof. 

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