NAPA, Calif., May 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- WineBid.com, the premier Internet auction of fine and rare wines, sold a rare 1995 Sine Qua Non Queen of Hearts Rose for an unprecedented amount in the auction that ended May 18. The final bid was $42,780 (includes buyer's premium). It is the highest price ever paid for a rose wine on auction at WineBid. The 750ml bottle was part of a remarkable collection of SQN wines consigned by their original owner.
"WineBid attracts buyers from around the world," said Jerome Zech, WineBid.com CEO. "It was exciting to watch the bidding activity last week and we congratulate the winning bidder."
Established in 1996, WineBid.com is the largest online auction for fine and rare wines with more than 76,000 registered bidders worldwide. At WineBid.com each bottle of wine is appraised, inspected and stored in our climate-controlled warehouse in Napa, California.
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