Drinking 100 Year Old Madeira With a Turkey Baster

Didn't get to attend the Aspen Food and Wine Classic over the weekend? Well, you certainly missed out on an opportunity to taste (drink) some exceptionally rare wines. One of the seminars, with the eyebrow-raising title, "Wines for IPO Millionaires: Special Occasion Wines", showcased six half-glasses of wine that would cost you about $1,000 if you had to spend your own money to accumulate this half-dozen. Aspen Daily News has the details of the wines poured, culminating in a small sample of a Madeira from the 1870s, served either via (your choice of?) eyedropper or turkey baster.