Do your homework if investing in wine

If you are a wine-lover, you may be considering investing your matured SSIA in wine.

14th October, 2006

If you are a wine-lover, you may be considering investing your matured SSIA in wine. But before doing so, research the topic.

‘‘Wine is like medicine – a little bit of knowledge can be dangerous,” said Peter Dunne, a director with Mitchell and Son wine merchants. ‘‘If you’re being offered a discount price for wine by a famous wine producer or chateau, don’t assume it’s a good buy. That’s where wine fraud happens. You need...

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