Vino’s Knowledgeable Staff Says Out With the Old and In With the New Wine
As you prepare to move from one year to the next, it's natural to think about giving up some of your old ways and taking on some new things. That's a principle that you can apply to your wine collection, as well as your love life or career path. Here a few ways to make sure your wines are ready to greet a new year.
There's nothing wrong with wanting to make some changes in the wines you bring home and save for later. After all, most major museums deacquisition some of their treasures and bring in new works of art each year. Switching things around will probably help you build a better collection, especially if you have any of these things going on.
You Have Too Much of One Wine.
Maybe you got a little too enthusiastic about a certain Pinot Noir or you couldn't resist a great deal. Now, you're struggling to find room for anything else.
Your Preferences Change.
You used to drink mostly white wine and now you drink more red. Or maybe it's the other way around. You've got the right to change your mind.
Your Wine is Growing Old.
The vast majority of wines will not improve with age and may be at their best within a year or so after production. Check on anything that's starting to collect dust.
You Want to Try Something New.
Even if you love every bottle you now own, you can still find something new to enjoy. It's always fun to expand your range.
While there are many reasons to update your wine collection, there is one place you can always trust for an amazing selection of outstanding wines from around the world. Drink your old bottles of wine or give them to friends. Then, let the knowledgeable staff at Vino Fine Wine and Spirits help you discover new favorites.
- Adam Linet