With the stock market having been so turbulent since 9/11, it seems an even more precarious business putting your money into shares. You might have turned to ISAs, property and such like but have you thought about turning to the bottle?!
Indeed wine investment can be very profitable if you take the right advice, buy wisely and store it well. The capital appreciation on fine Bordeaux is impressive.
Since wine is considered a wastable asset (in most cases its life is considered to be less than 50 years) it is not subject to capital gains tax. This means you receive every penny of profit that you make.
At the moment I am recommending the 2005 vintage for Red Bordeaux. It is the finest vintage since 1982 and has no shortage of memorable and legendary wines. The most suitable wines for investment are the First Growths and 'Super Seconds' - a choice of roughly 30 different châteaux, each producing an average of 20,000 cases for the whole world.
If you wish to register an interest I will go to market and give you a quotation.