Fine Wines & Rare Wines
The fine wines are wines that bring with them the prestige of the vineyard, the vintage year, but above all the producer.
Combining these aspects with the fact that the production of wines valuable and their release on the market in a limited edition compared to any other wine, lead the label to be in itself defined as rare, greatly increasing the sales value.
Of no less importance, fine wines are to be considered like any other investment asset: exactly like gold, diamonds, stocks, luxury watches or works of art, fine wines are subject to their own revaluation over time ranging between + 10% in 12 months and + 192% in 10 years far exceeding the earning power of any other investment product on the market.
Bartolo Mascarello, Cappellano, Rinaldi, and many other producers all over the world are producers of fine wines which due to their previously defined characteristics bring their wines at very high prices whose possession is a highly prestigious factor.
Buying a fine wine , or giving it away, does not mean buying a simple wine that costs something (and not a little) more than normal, it means investing your money in a real financial asset that it will increase its sales value over time, it means giving an "object" that after a certain number of years will yield much more than has been paid.
Finally, the fine wines , due to their characteristic of revaluation over time, must obviously be preserved to the best of their conditions, it is therefore necessary to have a place suitable for controlled temperature and humidity for to ensure that the body of the wine and its level in the bottle are not compromised during the aging process.