Inedita, which pay tributes to the Ferrari's vision of the future—it may or may not involve flying cars.
Classica, which is called the elegance of antiquity. Regardless, feel free to drink this bottle along with blackjack and hookers.
Ferrari's bougie style is incorporated as each bottle is wrapped in the same handmade leather used in the Italian car's interiors; meanwhile, each bottle comes in a lacquered wooden box emblazoned with Ferrari’s signature horse.
In case you're feeling guilty about downing $10,000 worth of booze, you can put your mind at ease knowing all of the proceeds from the auction go to the Council of Fashion Designers of America Foundation. Or, if you have the cash, you could keep going hard, save $49,990,000 and spring for the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale.