MIAMI - If you cringe at spending more than $20 for a bottle of wine, then you might faint when you read how much one winemaker is charging for its latest batch.
The winemaker Penfold has come out with a red wine that costs $168,000, according to WSVN. It's technically not even in a bottle.
The wine is stored in a sealed glass ampule, which the company says better preserves the quality of the wine.
There is no cork on the glass, so the company will send someone to open it, wherever the owner wants to drink the wine.
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