For US$1 million you can buy a pair of Pétrus 2000 (https://bit.ly/3iutYeU) where one bottle had spent 14 months in the ISS (International Space Station). Sans US$1 million, Tzuchien and TUX uncles discuss the most expensive wine they have had. Uncle Sa'an also shared a strategy on how to buy very expensive wine economically.
Money are made of these:
- Château Pétrus (https://bit.ly/2U7heBO)
- Domaine de la Romanée-Conti (https://bit.ly/37rRtPz)
- Liber Pater 2015 (https://bit.ly/2VujgN4)
On the other hand, if one drinks wine as a part of life, what are the most memorable wines and why? Turns out, memory does not have a price. Memory could be about a youthful indiscretion in college. Memory could be about rekindling the fading appreciation for wine. Memory could be a day spent with the land and the winemaker. While each person's details differ, fondly reminiscing over its imprint only makes the wine better.
Memories are made of these:
- Andre (https://bit.ly/2WYGGu6)
- Daniel Chotard (https://bit.ly/3s1hq1I)
- Paul Jaboulet Aine Hermitage La Chapelle (https://bit.ly/3jzZCaj)
- Weingut Mayer (https://bit.ly/3itVU2v)
- Château Rayas (https://bit.ly/37ttb7W)
Finally, Tzuchien and TUX uncles talk about some of the trade practices that nudge consumers to pay more for the same bottle of wine.
- 子倩/Tzuchien personal archive