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Fancy a drop of old Adolf...
This wine will leave a Nazi taste in your mouth - because it was made 71 years ago to celebrate the 54th birthday of evil Adolf Hitler.
The rare unopened 1.5-litre bottle was made on Hitler's orders then handed out to to high ranking German officers to mark his birthday on April 20 1943.
The self-obsessed dictator called the wine 'Fuhrerwein' - the leader's wine - and insisted the bottle's label carried a chilling picture of himself in uniform.
A wax label on the bottle carries the symbol of the Nazi party - an eagle on top of a swastika.
The wine itself is 12 per cent Schwarzer Tafelwein - 'black table wine' - thought to have been made in Germany and despite a wax seal on the bottle it would now be undrinkable.
The bottle was given to a Hungarian prisoner of war by a German soldier and has remained in the same family ever since.
1943 may have been a good year for wine but it was a bad year for Hitler, as Allied forces turned the tables against the Nazis in Europe and on the Eastern Front.