The 'Louvre of Wine' Will Charge Visitors $600 to Behold Its Bottles

Michel-Jack Chasseuil, one of the world's most renowned wine collectors, is opening a museum.The 79-year-old Frenchman built a cellar under his house that he's billing as the "Louvre of wine.".And viewing it will reportedly set you back a hefty $600 per visit—not including tastings, of course.As eccentric as Chasseuil's plan sounds, he's certainly no slouch in the wine world.His approximately 50,000 bottle collection is regarded as one of the greatest in the world.But will people really spend $600 a pop just to look at wine?.It's worth noting that he built the museum himself because he didn't get enough interest anywhere else