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If you want to start a rare wine collection, consider first-growth Bordeaux, Grand Cru Burgundy, California cult wines, Italian Super Tuscans, or vintage Champagne.

Is It Worth Investing in Wine?

There’s one question many savvy investors ask: Is it worth investing in wine? The short answer for many investors is “yes.” Buying fine wine can be an excellent way to diversify your portfolio. As one of the historically best-performing alternative assets on the market, it’s become an increasingly attractive option to investors around the globe. In fact, fine wine consistently matches and even outperforms returns from the S&P 500 year after year—and people are starting to notice.

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If you want to start a rare wine collection, consider first-growth Bordeaux, Grand Cru Burgundy, California cult wines, Italian Super Tuscans, or vintage Champagne.

Your Rare Wine Collection: A Guide to Getting Started

Fine wine can make a couple’s wedding day feel all the more special. Whether toasting to the newlyweds over a flute of rosé Champagne or sipping Pinot Noir with dinner, the right wine is one that everyone will remember long after the night is over. 
But what is a good wine for a wedding? If you want a memorable wine to serve at a reception or to give to the happy couple, there are a few crowd-pleasing styles that are sure to impress. From food-friendly Brunello to celebratory Champagne, this guide includes the best selection of wedding wines on the market today, as well as some essential tips on how to pick out the perfect bottle for every type of celebration. 

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What is a good wine for a wedding? Vintage Champagne is a classic option that many guests will enjoy

What Is a Good Wine for a Wedding? How To Choose the Best Bottle

Fine wine can make a couple’s wedding day feel all the more special. Whether toasting to the newlyweds over a flute of rosé Champagne or sipping Pinot Noir with dinner, the right wine is one that everyone will remember long after the night is over. 
But what is a good wine for a wedding? If you want a memorable wine to serve at a reception or to give to the happy couple, there are a few crowd-pleasing styles that are sure to impress. From food-friendly Brunello to celebratory Champagne, this guide includes the best selection of wedding wines on the market today, as well as some essential tips on how to pick out the perfect bottle for every type of celebration. 

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Storing Cabernet Sauvignon requires consistent temperature and lighting conditions to prevent the wine from spoiling.

Storing Cabernet Sauvignon: Essential Tips for Collectors

Some of the world’s greatest and longest-lived wines are made from Cabernet Sauvignon. However, these wines can only reach their full potential when they’re stored properly throughout their lifetime. In this guide to Cabernet Sauvignon storage, you’ll learn which conditions are best for this type of wine, including the ideal temperature, humidity, lighting, and other essential factors.

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Bordeaux wine futures from top estates are the cornerstone of a fine wine investment portfolio.

Understanding Bordeaux Wine Futures as Part of a Diverse Investment Portfolio

When you think of investing in wine, you might imagine bidding on a bottle at auction or heading to a wine shop to look at whatever is on the shelf. But did you know that some of the most investment-worthy wines are sold before they’ve even been bottled? Wine futures (specifically, Bordeaux wine futures) are highly sought-after because they’re one of the best ways to secure your investments long before a wine sells out on the wider market. This is also one of the most cost-effective ways to invest in blue-chip Bordeaux.

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Some of the most exclusive Napa wines include Cabernet Sauvignon from Screaming Eagle, Schrader, and Opus One.

Exclusive Napa Wines: Rarest Ten Collectible Cabernets

When it comes to rare wines, it’s difficult to beat the cult Cabernet Sauvignon labels of Napa Valley, California. With a typical average production of only a few hundred cases per year, these exclusive Napa wines are not just some of the rarest wines in California, but they also rank among the most precious fine wine labels in the world. It’s a point of great pride when collectors manage to find a top-rated vintage from a sought-after cult Cabernet producer like Screaming Eagle, Harlan, or BOND.

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Sine Qua Non produces some of the most famous California wines and owns vineyards in many of the state’s most exceptional AVAs.

Famous California Wines: Top AVAs for Fine Wine Collectors

With so many top-quality wines to choose from, it can be difficult for wine collectors and investors to decide which bottles are considered truly the best on the market. In this guide to famous California wines, you’ll learn who the most renowned producers are in each of California’s highest-ranked AVAs. These wines are famous for a reason, and every collector should know the names of these extraordinary AVAs and wineries.

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One of the finest cult wines, Napa Valley’s Harlan Estate, frequently receives top scores from critics, which is one of many reasons why so many collectors seek it out.

Cult Wines of Napa — Why Wine Collectors Choose these Exclusive Fine Wines

When it comes to cult wines, Napa Valley is the most lauded region in the world. This area of northern California is where the term “cult wine” originated and it’s home to some of the most praised and valuable cult wine labels in history. You may be wondering why exactly these wines have such recognition among critics and collectors. The answer is simple: they are rare, valuable, age-worthy, high in quality, and consistently rank near the top of the most traded wines on the market.

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