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Question of the week
The question: What should I put in my wine cellar?
The answer: First, I think we need to define what a personal wine cellar is and what it means to own and to maintain one. A wine cellar can be a place simply to deposit wine bottles for immediate or near-term consumption or it can be a place for long-term aging as part of the cellar plan. Let’s look at some of the selections for each situation:
Immediate or short-term consumption — When we speak of immediate or short-term consumption we are talking about today to about three years. I know this sounds arbitrary, but one has to decide where to think about time as it relates to cellaring wine, and putting a general time frame for a cellar works pretty well. When I give you the following specific list, understand two major points: This is not an all-inclusive list and, also, I am selecting from different price levels.
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