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Wednesday, February 03, 2016

How to make a safe wine investment


Investing in anything is never a sure fire bet, that's why it's called investing. If it was a sure thing all the time and there were no risk, then it would not merit much of a return at all. It's like savings account interest, it's never going to make you rich because there is absolutely zero risk. Investing in wine is something that for the most part is pretty volatile. What the wine consuming public deems as valuable is constantly on the chopping block for the newest and most sought after producers. That's not to say you can't do a little research and find the "blue chips" of the wine world that have a proven track record for success. That's exactly how to answer the question that this post is entitled with. How does one make a safe wine investment? Well, I will give you that answer........

 ****YOU MUST LOOK AT WHAT WINES ALWAYS GAIN VALUE WITH TIME****

 Here's the short list:

-Classified Bordeaux growths in good vintages 

-Right Bank Bordeaux in good vintages - (Petrus, Le pin, Angelus, Ausone, Cheval Blanc, ect.) 

-Italian Reds (Only the classics - (Sassicaia, Ornellaia, Tignanello, Masseto, Conterno Barolo, ect) 

-California Cabernet Sauvignon - (Be cautious....Only the greats - Araujo, Opus One, Harlan, ect) 

-100 Points Wines by Robert Parker and Wine Spectator -Wine Spectator "Wine of the Year" winners 

-Vintage port in classic vintages only -Grand Cru Burgundy in great vintages

Stick to these blue chips. DO NOT....I repeat, DO NOT invest in the next wine craze or new hit....Imagine those that invested in Australian super Shiraz when it was exploding. They are now standing alone with their dicks in their hands! There are of course other proven winners out there...Stay tuned to this blog and seek out others to continue building knowledge about where to invest in the fine wine market.
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