Have you ever wondered how a wine aged in space would taste like? You may just have your chance to try it, as auction house Christie’s revealed that a bottle of Pétrus 2000, which spent 14 months aboard the International Space Station (ISS), is available for purchase via Christie's Private Sales. According to a Christie’s spokesperson, they are looking at an estimated sale price of about $1m (S$1.3m).
This is just one of the 14 bottles that was blasted to space and kept in a monitored and controlled environment. It's part of the new space start-up company Space Cargo Unlimited’s series of experiments.