A Scottish resort property owned by tennis star Andy Murray and chef Albert Roux is under fire for its insane mark-ups on wine. The Daily Mail reports Roux's wine list at the Cromlix features some bottles sold at "six times its high street cost": The list's most expensive bottle (which retails for around $700 USD) goes for for £1,800 (or roughly $3,000) at the Cromlix, "despite being offered for £990 at London's luxury Berkeley Hotel." As one sommelier notes: "A markup of about three times the retail value is quite common, but some of these are just over the top." [Daily Mail] [Photo: TripAdvisor]
by Erin DeJesus
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