"Pity the Sydney wine investor who bought $32,400 worth of wine two years ago. Today it’s valued at just $18,000 ......................... You have to ask yourself whether unknown wines of little pedigree (for the moment), which rely chiefly on the good name of the winemaker or whether he has made wines favourably reviewed by Robert Parker, is reason enough to spend thousands of dollars as an investment." MORE->
“At least with Grange,” Langton’s Stewart Langton argues, “they are getting an article of substance. It has substance; it has history.” And that folks, is the good oil!