- May 30, 2013
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That happened last year (ie. a lifetime ago) in the UK on an even larger scale price-wise although arguably lesser quality gap.A young couple who once dined at the Big Apple’s iconic Balthazar couldn’t bottle up their emotions after ordering an $18 Pinot Noir – but being served a $2,000 Mouton Rothschild instead by accident, the eatery’s owner recounted this week.
The diner had ordered a more budget-friendly bottle, but was served the pricey Le Pin Pomerol 2001 after a label mix-up.