99-Year-Old Champagne Expected to Sell for $5,000 a Bottle

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Six bottles of Moët Champagne which dates back to 1914 will soon hit the auction block.

Perfectly aged alcohol doesn’t come cheap.

Six bottles of Moët Champagne which dates back to 1914 will soon hit the auction block.

It’s expected that the 99-year-old bottles will land anywhere from $3,800 to $5,000 each. The demand for vintage champagnes seems to be on the rise.

There is a huge difference when it comes to aging wine and champagne. The latter beverage is much more sensitive to light and changes in temperature. The bottles going up for sale are coming from Moët's tightly controlled cellars, which makes them much more valuable to champagne connoisseurs.

Sotheby’s will be hosting the auction which is scheduled to take place in London in the middle of November. (1,2,2) The six bottles of the nearly century old champagne will be sold in sets of two.

Over 250 other wines from Moët will be offered at the auction as well. (1,6,2) A spokesperson at Sotheby’s stated “We have never before held an auction of this scale, with such a selection of rare and fine Champagnes from one producer. It is a truly historic range that offers the chance to step into the heritage of the Moët cellars." (3,8,1)