The $10,000 Cellar, Part Two

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The $10,000 Cellar, Part Two Today I’m continuing with part II of the $10,000 cellar, which as I’ve detailed before is really just a small slice of an actual $10,000 cellar. There are many layers to this experiment, explained in previous installments (a listing of them can be found here). The bottom line is that this is a plan to amass a collection of varied wines that spans the world and price points.

If you buy all of the wines I’ve suggested, you’ll end up with 72 bottles of wine priced at around $30 a bottle for consumption over the coming six or so years, 45 bottles at an average of $60 a bottle for drinking roughly between age five and 15, and this final set of 60 bottles priced at around $85 a bottle for drinking between the ages of 10 and 25!

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  • Snooth User: JonDerry
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    Great stuff, love going to school on Burgudy.

    Apr 11, 2012 at 8:24 PM


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