Wines are described as rebellious, elegant, capricious, impetuous, classic, complex, aggressive, challenging or subtle. Even the vocabulary is reminiscent of the fine arts. And otherwise there are numerous parallels between the wine market and the art scene, so it's not surprising that a hunt for trophies has begun beyond enjoyment. For some collectors, fine wines have even become an alternative asset class with which they can diversify their assets - and hedge against possible inflation. WELT reveals what is important.
Expensive wines: Investment with double-digit increases in value
Some wines can claim to be a work of art or at least a great handicraft. Fine wines are therefore not an investment for beginners either. However, those who know their way can expect good returns.