The restaurant tweeted a photo of the two wines side by side, adding in capital letters: "They look pretty similar OK?!"
A customer was unaware they were drinking a wine worth tens of thousands.
Hawksmoor Manchester, a steakhouse in Manchester, tweeted about the mix-up between a bottle of Chateau le Pin Pomerol costing 4,500 pounds (over $5,700) and a bottle of Chateau Pichon Longueville Comtesse de Lalande priced at a more modest 260 pounds ($330).
Mr Becket revealed that the lucky customer liked the wine so much they asked for another bottle at the end.
The customers were only charged for the wine they ordered. The restaurant then tweeted out the mistake with a bit of good humor and no ill-will towards the wine-lottery winning diners or their mistake-making server. "They ordered a second bottle and the manager tactfully suggested they order a different one, without letting them know what had happened". "To the member of staff who accidentally gave it away, chin up!" Furthermore, the Manchester restaurant showed compassion towards the staffer who made the mistake, telling them to "chin up" and that "one-off mistakes" are bound to happen in the service industry.
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Only 400-600 cases of the Chateau le Pin Pomerol were produced when the drink was bottled in 2001.
"It's just a one-off mistake", Hawksmoor co-founder Will Beckett tells the Daily Mail.
"I am going to tease her for this when she stops being so mortified", Beckett said.
"Its deep ruby/plum/purple colour is accompanied by an extraordinary perfume of creme de cassis, cherry liqueur, plums, liquorice, caramel and sweet toast".
The Hawksmoor restaurant says the mistake occurred on a busy night.