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Investing in anything is risky, but wine adds the fickleness of the market place to a product that may not live up to predictions. It's almost as if you were picking a four year-old soccer star as a pro prospect in fifteen years. Not impossible, but extremely tricky.
With certain fine wines no longer representing the solid investment they once did, the next logical step is to gauge the investment potential of the land Taking that global wine consumption will continue to rise, then identifying where the wine demand will pick-up and investing in that region, represents a solid strategy to maximise your money.
The smart money would now seem to be leaning towards investing in vineyards. A major factor involved in the decision making of where to invest in a vineyard is the geographical region, as this can make a big difference to the value of its wine. A vineyard in a less prestigious area might be cheaper to buy, but the wine will sell for less.
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