A bottle of what Sotheby’s is calling “the most sought-after Scotch whisky” is going up for auction next month. The 96-year-old bottle of single malt Macallan has an estimated price of up to $1.4 million. The Macallan Adami 1926 auction will start on November 18, but advance bidding starts November 1. After being aged in sherry casks over six decades, just 40 bottles of The Macallan 1926 were bottled, making them the distillery’s oldest vintage. Twelve of the bottles, including the one being sold next month, had their labels designed by Italian painter Valerio Adami. The bottle going up for sale is the first to have undergone reconditioning by the distillery, which included replacing the cork and applying new glue to the corners of the bottle labels.