A unique wine auction to be held in Florida early next year will give oenophiles a chance to buy a perfect 100 - a single lot of 100 bottles that scored 100 points from critics.
The "Perfection Lot", which will form part of the auction at the Naples (Florida) Winter Wine Festival in January 2011, features chateaux La Mission Haut Brion 1955, Petrus 1989 and Romanee Conti 1985, decanter.com reports.
Each wine received a perfect 100-point rating from at least one publication, including Wine Spectator and Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate.
"The idea germinated between myself and a friend," Bruce Sherman, co-chair of the event, told the website.
"I viewed it as an engaging challenge, and it was especially meaningful because of the cause - auction proceeds go to help underprivileged and at-risk children."
The Naples Wine Festival has so far raised $82.5 million (£53.5 million) for the Naples Children and Education Foundation since its first incarnation in 2001.
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