Wine as an Investment
Considering investing in wine to make a profit? Probably NOT a good idea! Far too many variables like storage conditions, previous history, bottle variation, agibility, insurance and its evolution while in your possession, can affect it. You might pay less for wine when it’s younger but its intrinsic value may not necessarily increase with age. However, stocking up on wine and maturing it yourself, if applicable, is an exciting and convenient proposition as you always have a decent stash to draw from without having to run out to the store. If you’re a wine lover, there’s no finer pleasure than retrieving a special bottle from your own cellar to enhance a meal. Consider it an investment in good taste instead.