Aged or age-worthy products with the greatest potential to increase in value.
Aged and age-worthy wine and spirits can be hard to find in stores, but at Wine.com, its easy to discover rare, highly-coveted bottles.
What is a collectible wine?
There are many factors that can make a wine collectible, but the best way to determine if a wine has value as a collectible is if it meets the following criteria:
- Small production quantities = rare
- Great producer reputation = prestigious
- Careful storage conditions = pristine
Other considerations, such as vintage, location, and special releases can also make a wine more collectible than others.
How to find collectible wine on Wine.com
Collectible bottles feature an icon of three wine bottles lying on their side. You can see this icon on any list page or product page. You can find a list of collectible wines under the "Discover" tab in the top navigation. You can also filter any wine list by "Collectible" under the "Fine Wine" options to see which of your favorites might be collectible, too.
Chateau Suduiraut Sauternes (375ML half-bottle) 2004Other Dessert from Sauternes, Bordeaux, France
Inglenook Rubicon (375ML half-bottle) 2004Bordeaux Red Blends from Napa Valley, California
Chateau Angelus (375ML half-bottle) 2004Bordeaux Red Blends from St. Emilion, Bordeaux, France