In 1985, a bottle of 1787 Chateau Lafite was sold for $156,000 in London. With such an old wine going for such a high price, it does make you feel that older wines are better, doesn’t it?

Sorry to say that it is not always true.

However, only 10% of the wines in the world are meant for aging and actually taste better after 5 years of aging. The other 90% of wines were not produced to be aged for more than 5 years since they were produced. For the 10% of wines that are produced for aging, they need to be kept in very specific conditions.

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