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Percent of the world’s wine considered “investment grade.” To qualify as such, it’s generally agreed that a wine must be from a prestigious chateau or domain, have the ability to age for at least a quarter century, have a documented history of price appreciation, be available in sufficient quantities to be traded, and have top scores from the world’s major wine critics. Investment grade wines are usually insured against damage.

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