Tempus Fugit – time flies and time to drink up my ‘anniversary’ 69’s from my home cellar – now that I have turned the big 4-0 and celebrated it I intend to just enjoy my 69 collection. The Château Ducru Beaucaillou 1969 is a quintessential Bordeaux.
I was motivated to write this after the email below came through last week, which is typical of the surge by unsophisticated investors moving into the fine wine sector.
1. Objective What is the objective for this investment? What kind of return on investment (ROI) are you looking for and can you get that somewhere else guaranteed from another investment? Understanding the time you wish to dedicate to the investment is vital, 5 years or less, or long term investment; more than 8yrs. Are […]
Being at home in the UK for a couple of weeks, it has been a pleasure to enjoy wine from my own cellar, in which I was surprised to come across this 1989 Rhône delight from Château de Beaucastel. Perhaps one of the best known Châteauneuf-du-Pape’s, it can be a blend of up to 13 […]