For many a fine wine is sought-after, something that is worth collecting and valuable. This can be tied to rarity – take Le Pin as a classic example – but, more often than not, it comes down to a wine’s ability to age. Although this may exclude certain styles from the category – great swathes of Viognier, crisp whites and rosé – the majority of fine wines develop and improve with careful cellaring. When wine becomes collectable, it becomes more sought-after, increasing demand and reducing availability, which in a self-perpetuating fashion makes it ‘finer’ and raises the price.
On the other hand, at Annie’s Wine Cottage, we define a Fine Wine as any that live and breathe within these walls. Though wine connoisseurs may want the most expensive, aged, etc., wine, our customers want one that tastes great affordably.
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