Australia’s most expensive wine, Penfolds to be launched in China

We’ve tasted a bunch of pocket burning wines before, including the bottle of Chateau d’Yquem and the record breaking Château Lafite-Rothschild. Now pushing them aside, Australia’s most expensive wine has finally landed up on store shelves, from the house of Penfolds. The 2008 Special Bin 620 wine will be launched overseas at a series of events in Hong Kong and Shanghai. As for the wine itself, this one’s a blend of high quality Coonawarra cabernet and Shiraz with just a 100 cases available world-wide.

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Costing a $1000 a bottle, the Penfolds 2008 Special Bin 620 is indeed a great way to sip down a thousand dollars after all!