Aging wine is not necessary, but if you have the space and proper conditions a properly-aged wine will yield great returns not available anywhere else. Note, despite the tomes written about wine as an investment, my reference to "returns" are limited to those of a sensory nature...
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Top 5 Wines for Easter Dinner -- Easter dinner can sometimes present a challenge when trying to pair wine, but here is a sparkling wine, a white wine, and three red wine suggestions that should be a nice addition to your ham, lamb, or turkey dinner. Cheers! | AGlassAfterWork.com
2012 Bouchaine Landucci Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon – At $70, this small production red wine from is a great option for special occasions. It’s easy to drink, very food friendly, and incredibly delicious. Cheers! Ratings 5 out 5 | AGlassAfterWork.com
2007 Grandes Vinos y Viñedos Monasterio de las Viñas – At $20 a bottle, this red wine blend is from Cariñena, Spain, which is the country’s leading producer of old-vine Garnacha and Cariñena. The wine is medium bodied and definitely meant to drink with food. Ratings 3 out of 5 | AGlassAfterWork.com
2012 Skywalker Vineyards Sommità – This $42 bottle of red wine from California is a great special occasion wine. It’s luscious and complicated, but still approachable and drinkable. It would be great holiday wine, perfect for Thanksgiving or Christmas. Ratings 4.5 out of 5 | AGlassAfterWork.com