I recently spoke of Le Pin, even more expensive than Petrus! This is primarily due to the low yields from this tiny vineyard. While Petrus might produce 4,000 cases a year, Le Pin’s production is closer to 500. This bottle of pure Merlot, also from Pomerol, vies Petrus for top pricing honors each year, squeaking out a win in 2003, besting Petrus’s $1,500 or so a bottle by several hundred dollars.
Most Expensive French Wines
Demand + limited supply = grande prices