Isn't there a 1945 Mouton Rothschild (or maybe it is a '59... but I think it was the '45) in a James Bond movie where they are on a trian and he tricks the bad guy because he mentions that it is not a claret and the bad guy agrees (whereas, of course, it is a claret and Bond knows it).
Diamonds are Forever - not a train but a boat and 1955 Mouton
Their final attempt to kill Bond and Case takes place on a cruise liner after Bond foils Blofeld's plot. They pose as stewards in the couple's suite, serving them a romantic dinner consisting of Oysters Andaluz, shashlik, tidbits, prime rib au jus and Salade Utopia. Dessert is a Bombe Surprise - in the most literal sense, since a bomb is really hidden in it. However, Bond links the smell of Wint's cologne to his misadventure in the pipeline and quickly realizes that something is wrong. After tasting a glass of Mouton Rothschild '55, Bond casually remarks that he had expected a claret with such a grand dinner. When Mr. Wint replies that the cellars are unfortunately poorly stocked with clarets, Bond exposes the henchman's ignorance, sharply replying that Mouton Rothschild is in fact a claret.
I think later in the same movie he comments that leave it to a Russian to order red wine with fish.
From Russia with Love -
The classic exchange here was when Grant, the bad guy, orders a red Chianti with his fish dinner. Later, Bond says,
"Red wine with fish. Well, that should have told me something."
Grant replies back:
"You may know the right wines, but you’re the one on your knees."