4. 1961 Moet & Chandon Charles & Diana Dom Perignon
Average price: $3,363
This Champagne was chosen for Prince Charles and Princess Diana's wedding, hence the name. After the nuptials, a handful of commemorative bottles were produced as mementos for the starry-eyed public. Today, they are sought after by collectors.
3. Krug 1928
Average price: $21,000
In 2009, this rare vintage broke the world record for the most expensive Champagne sold at auction. The winning bidder bought it for $21,000, because apparently there is no better use for $21,000. Allegedly, the weather of 1928 presented perfect Champagne-making conditions, which is why this particular year sells at such astronomical prices.
2. Shipwrecked 1907 Heidsieck
Average price: $275,000
Two thousand bottles were found at the bottom of the ocean in a ship -- destroyed by a German sub -- en route to the grand halls of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia. They're now sold at auctions across the globe to collectors who presumably want to party like rock tsars (see what we did there??).