Discussion in 'Other Investments' started by DeusB, Sep 2, 2016.
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when the Mr at the monthly silver meet, some people get to pop some beers
Wine is also a great investment. Why not?
If you would have bought a 2005 wine, that would be 15 years older in 2020.
Carlos Rossi Sangria for the cheap dates.
A block of cheese and crackers to go with it for the fancy ladies. Whoohoo!
It is pretty difficult to sell though. Ebay / Gumtree / Facebook won't allow you to sell unless you have a license.
But you have the problem will the wine keep over the years, and if not you have lost all the value.
mouse in fish clothing
IMG_20200201_061751 by Aurora et luna posted Feb 1, 2020 at 6:21 AM
I purchased these a few days ago.
1 quart bottle of Chivas Regal 12 years and a 1 litre bottle of Johnny Walker Extra Special Black Label that has been stored away for over 30 years
The Chivas is 43% proof which is a bit different to the current Chivas which is 40% proof
The Extra Special Black Label has volume contents, however there is no proof % anywhere on the bottle or box which surprises me.
Even though they say whiskey don't age in bottles, I expect the contents of these to be superior to what's currently available in Dan Murphys
I don't think I would go wrong with this purchase, bought both for $100
I ended up buying 3 bottles of the Chivas Regal 12 years @ 43% proof.
One was in a litre bottle, the second a quart and the third was 750 mls
The Chivas Regal sold in bottle shops now contains 700mls and is 40% proof.
Just opened one of the bottles and I was pleasantly surprised at just how good it is!
I only paid $35 for the 750mls bottle and I certainly wouldn't be ashamed to offer it to my guests.
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