Red wine: the 'best investment' of the 20th century?

Adrian Holliday
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You might think that red wine is not the most reliable of asset classes. But research from Cambridge University claims it outperformed fine art, government bonds and other asset classes between 1900 and 2012, returning 4.1% every year. Not bad.

Should the research make you reconsider room in your cellar for a few boxes of carefully selected reds - or at least supply new appreciation for this most quaffable of assets? %VIRTUAL-SkimlinksPromo%