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Ice wine is always a little pricey. Those small bottles of sweet wine made from grapes picked once the weather is below freezing are traditionally made for sipping from tiny glasses rather than a healthy swig from more full-bowled stemware. You might want to use an eyedropper to partake of the world's most expensive ice wine. Decanter reports that the Royal DeMaria 2000 Chardonnay will sell for CAN$30,000 for a half bottle. Precious elixir indeed. There are just five cases (60 bottles) of the Chardonnay ice wine which is named for Billy Myers, a Niagara grape grower.