In three parts, I’ve laid out details to help you start building a small but varied collection of wines for only $50 a week. While this is not a trifling sum, it’s relatively modest as far as cellars go, and it buys you quite a selection of wines.
Today, I’m upping the ante. For those of you who want to take it to the next level, consider this part four of the $2500 cellar, except in this case you’ll end up with half the number of bottles for the next $2500 you invest.
What does that mean? It gives you an entrance to the world’s top wines. All the great B’s are here: Barolo, Brunello, Bordeaux and of course, Burgundy. Plus there is a whole lot more, so check out my suggestions for stocking your $5000 cellar! Five additional types of wine, three labels of each type, three bottles of each, all at less than $60 a bottle!
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