Came across this 2007 video on YouTube today and had a chuckle. Matt Skinner, fairly well known international wine writer, consultant and educator, appears in this video with the Chef Gordon Ramsey. Ramsey gives Skinner some wines to taste blind to see if he can identify the wine, the quality and the price. Skinner hits homeruns on the first two, 2003 Blue Nun under $9 US per bottle (in '07) and the near perfect scoring (according to wine critics) 1998 Penfolds Grange at around $814 US per bottle (in '07), only to finish off declaring the third bottle "may be corked" saying he would pay "30-40 quid", or $48-$65US.
That bottle? A 1992 Pétrus that, at the time of this video in 2007, was around $1,628 US. Enjoy!