Australian winemaker Penfolds has unveiled a wine that will set you back $214,000.
There are only 12 of the 2004 Kalmina Block 42 cabernet sauvignon, each individually numbered.
Described as rare and significant, truly extraordinary and the ultimate in winemaking heritage, the 2004 Kalimna Block 42 cabernet sauvignon is presented in a limited-release, hand-blown glass ampoule which is suspended within a wooden Jarrah cabinet.
Penfolds spokeswoman Ildi Ireland said the wine was among the most highly-priced Australian wines ever and only some rare 17th Century "Old World" collectable wines would probably command more money.
"Our understanding is this is one of the most expensive Australian wines," Ireland told AAP.
The wine was unveiled at a special dinner in Moscow earlier this week at a swish Moscow mansion/restuarant, the Cristal Room (Cristal Room) Baccarat.
The 20 guests from around the world included "captains of industry", select customers, a distributor and Russian media representatives.
One of the 12 ampoules - no.1 - has been placed in Penfolds' museum and another has already been assigned to a customer in Singapore, leaving 10 ampoules remaining.
Penfolds managing director Gary Burnand said the price tag was arrived at based on the quality and rarity of the wine, the prominence of the artists who crafted the ampoule and its case, and the fact that the owner could have their own "master class" with a senior Penfolds winemaker should they choose to have the ampoule opened in a special ceremony.