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Investing in wine has always had its attractions. As with the art market, investors have the option of personally enjoying their purchases as well as the chance of making good returns

Special Report: Buying and investing in wine

Trading platforms are bringing more investors into a difficult market

Stephen Tanzer

Splash out wisely on the bottle bank for rich finish and mature returns

Buying wine for its investment potential is a seriously risky business

Late bloom comes to Lynch-Bages, the belle of Bordeaux

An estate overlooked in the 1855 classification now offers a most superior Pauillac

Internet facilitates peer to peer trading

Online trading sites are breaking the brokers’ hold and cutting commissions

Daniel Primack

Wine: the best way to age gracefully

It is a cellar’s market when it comes to creating the perfect conditions for your collection

Italy attracts more interest in the Asian market

Chinese oenophiles are raising a glass to the Super Tuscans

James Suckling

A new bunch of collectable classics tempts the market

Rarity comes into play, as bottles are opened and consumed

Purchasers of vineyards match passion with profits

Potential for returns comes with lifestyle benefits

Julio Viola

You won’t find table wine at the winery at the end of the world

The Bodega del Fin del Mundo in remote Patagonia is winning global awards

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