Did you know that investing in fine wine has become one of the most lucrative investment trends today? Its true. Thousands of people just like you are profiting from buying and selling investment grade wines.
You dont need millions—or evenMoreDid you know that investing in fine wine has become one of the most lucrative investment trends today? Its true. Thousands of people just like you are profiting from buying and selling investment grade wines. You dont need millions—or even thousands—to invest in wine- you just need enthusiasm and know how to understand the market and make the right investment decisions.InThe Complete Wine Investor,William Sokolin, the worlds foremost expert on wine investing, shows you how to turn your passion for fine wine into profit.
Youll learn everything you need to know about savvy wine collecting, from the wine-making process to developing a world-class investment portfolio on almost any budget.By following Sokolins step-by-step advice, youll be able to:• Identify investment grade wines• Find and purchase the most profitable vintages• Build a first-class wine collection• Evaluate wine futures• Store and preserve wine• Maintain accurate records to protect your investments• Sell—for the best profits at the right time• And much, much more!Not just a handsome celebration of fine wine,The Complete Wine Investoris your blueprint for financial success.
Follow its world-class investment strategies and you will turn your basement wine cellar into a booming profit.A blue chip guide to wine investing—entertaining, informative, and educational.—Robert MondaviA charming book by a learned and affable enthusiast who tells us here much that is interesting about wine.
The orientation is more for prospectors than simple consumers- but its great fun for everyone interested in wine, that gorgeous thing.—William F. Buckley, Jr.Always a great read, Bill Sokolin gives a fascinating insiders view of the wine business and its opportunities for investment- all with a healthy dose of tongue-in-cheek humor.—Tim Enos, Dreyfus, Ashby & Company