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Wine aged on International Space Station expected to sell for US$1 million

If a bottle of Petrus 2000 that Christie’s is selling tastes out of this world it might be because it aged for 14 months aboard the International Space Station.Christie’s hopes the bottle, now up for grabs in a private sale, will fetch US$1 million, which would make it the most expensive wine ever sold.The bottle is one of a batch of 12 that European start-up Space Cargo Unlimited sent into orbit as part of research into how food and drink matures in space.The wine spent almost 440 days in…If a bottle of Petrus 2000 that Christie’s is selling tastes out of this world it might be because it aged for 14 months aboard the International Space Station.Christie’s hopes the bottle, now up for grabs in a private sale, will fetch US$1 million, which would make it the most expensive wine ever sold.The bottle is one of a batch of 12 that European start-up Space Cargo Unlimited sent into orbit as part of research into how food and drink matures in space.The wine spent almost 440 days in…Read MoreSouth China Morning Post