Sotheby's Is Now Selling Its Own Brand Of Inexpensive Champagne

sothebys champagne

Photo: Courtesy Sotheby’s

Two days after selling “The Scream” for an auction house high of $119.9 million, Sotheby’s has announced something a little more low budget—its own line of champagne, retailing for $29.95 for a bottle and $69.95 for a magnum.The bubbly is made by R&L Legras, a 200-year-old producer that supplied many of France’s top restaurants with their “house” champagnes, the auction house said.

Sotheby’s champagne will be available online and at the company’s wine store in New York City.

At that low price point, it’s the perfect bottle to pop after spending all your money on a winning bid.

Now check out the most expensive works of art of all time >

NOW WATCH: Executive Life videos

Business Insider Emails & Alerts

Site highlights each day to your inbox.

Follow Business Insider Australia on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram.