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- danielclark - 08-04-2005 03:01 PM

Can anyone shed any light as to when after fine wine coming onto the market, the prices start to rise? i have been offered some of the subject wine and would be interested as to when the return would potentially begin


- tw - 08-05-2005 12:07 PM

Personally I wouldnt consider wine a great investment per say, and usually it takes a while of proper aging and storage of a really nice wine before peeps are willing to throw down the mad cash for it. If you feel compelled to take the risk jump on it and let us know how it works. This is my personal opinion and may be totally scewed, so lets see what others have to say also.

Chris


- Drew - 08-05-2005 03:03 PM

I personally think there is money to be made from trophy hunters. I deal with a good wine merchant who often makes available to me wines scored high by Robert Parker. I could, but don't, flip these wines for a juicy quick profit. Bordeaux and the like from renouned houses have a different market. More discriminating and cautious buyers.

Drew

[This message has been edited by Drew (edited 08-05-2005).]