Wine lovers who aspire to drink from the collection of a world-famous mafia boss can purchase bottles from John Gotti’s stash — no pinky ring required.

Tony D’Aiuto, owner of the Queens, N.Y. wine store Enoteca LIC has managed to get his hands on three dozen bottles from the late Teflon Don’s wine collection, according to the New York Post.

D’Aiuto, who doubles as the criminal defense attorney for Gotti’s son Junior, has already sold one bottle of Pétrus for more than $5,000. Nine more remain in the storied collection along with four bottles of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti Grands Echezeaux (DRC), and several bottles of Château Lafite Rothschild.

Prices range from nearly $2,000 a bottle to a whopping $9,500, though Junior plans on donating the proceeds to charity. Each bottle comes with a certificate of authenticity.

Despite the acclaim of the producers, D’Aiuto remarked that he wouldn’t be surprised if their buyers never uncork them. He described the wines as “piece[s] of living history” that have a certain “unicorn factor” due to their origins of ownership.

There’s no telling how these wines would be best enjoyed — kept in a trophy case for posterity, or cracked open at the start of a Goodfellas showing.