By Adam Leach
Contense page
 History of wine
 Wine as a food
 Wine as a collectors item
 Challenges of cellaring
 Wine as cellared
...
The history of wine(a
introduction)
 Thorough History wine has been made and served
around the globe.
 Many parts of the...
Wine as a food
 Wine has been presented or accompanied
with food for hundreds of years.
 Many times wine is presented as...
Wine as a collectors item
 Although most people buy wine to drink
some collect wines they deem special.
 This applies fo...
Challenges of collecting
 Often hard to keep a bottle in ideal
conditions (Temprature ,
sunlight,secureness ).
 Most col...
Wine for cellaring
 Wine has been kept in cellars for over
hundreds of years
 It is more common to cellar a wine to
coll...
The cellar
Cellaring/collecting
 Most Wine collected and stored in cellers
improve in price with age. These fine
wines or desireable...
Wine trade ( past )
 Wine has been traded For many years both as
a food resource and as a collectors item.
 The military...
Wine trade ( present )
 Wine plays a major role in todays market
and is mainly predominant in the food
industry and is ex...
The future of wine
 As wine plays such a major role in
everyday life and religion it is relatively
safe to say it holds a...
References
 1) Sandeep Ganesh, 2011
 http://www.examiner.com/article/storing-wine-considerations-pros-and-cons
 Retriev...
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  1. 1. By Adam Leach
  2. 2. Contense page  History of wine  Wine as a food  Wine as a collectors item  Challenges of cellaring  Wine as cellared  Cellaring / collecting  Wine trade ( past)  Wine trade ( present)  The future of wine
  3. 3. The history of wine(a introduction)  Thorough History wine has been made and served around the globe.  Many parts of the world use wine as part of their culture and religion.  The wine industry is a very strong and established industry and wine grapes are grown in most continents around the world.  Very common place for wine to accompany food orders. Throughout history wine has also been collected. This process is called cellaring and is very popular all over the globe with some bottles collecting large sums of money.
  4. 4. Wine as a food  Wine has been presented or accompanied with food for hundreds of years.  Many times wine is presented as a food for cultural reasons and also as a religious sacrament.  Wine pairing is considered an art form by many, contrasting flavours and textures to complement food and enhance its flavour.  Wine is used Very frequently In cooking recipe's.
  5. 5. Wine as a collectors item  Although most people buy wine to drink some collect wines they deem special.  This applies for wine that is desirable to buyers e.g. last of that particular vintage, one of a certain amount made e.g. 1 of 100  and wine of cultural significance or special meaning to a person/persons.
  6. 6. Challenges of collecting  Often hard to keep a bottle in ideal conditions (Temprature , sunlight,secureness ).  Most collectors Have to purchase a cellar in order to keep wines Safe and in the best condition possible.
  7. 7. Wine for cellaring  Wine has been kept in cellars for over hundreds of years  It is more common to cellar a wine to collect than to drink.(at a later date)  Some cellared wines can cost $500 +  Some wines age in the bottle and are best to cellar before consuming however some wines especially young wines can deteriorate in the bottle.
  8. 8. The cellar
  9. 9. Cellaring/collecting  Most Wine collected and stored in cellers improve in price with age. These fine wines or desireable wines can fetch incredable sums of money at auction.  This type of cellaring /collecting is considered an investment.  A bottle of Lafite-Rothschild sold for an average amount of 490 USD, that same bottle six years later sold for 2’586 USD
  10. 10. Wine trade ( past )  Wine has been traded For many years both as a food resource and as a collectors item.  The military used wine to motivate troops in the heat of battle  Wine was traded for common commodity's e.g. bread fruit etc.  wine in the past was common place for sacrifices and or religious gatherings.  Shows an escalating trend in wine value .
  11. 11. Wine trade ( present )  Wine plays a major role in todays market and is mainly predominant in the food industry and is extremely common to accompany food with wine.  Also collection of wine has grown worldwide and the market for collection is growing to meet customer demand.
  12. 12. The future of wine  As wine plays such a major role in everyday life and religion it is relatively safe to say it holds a commanding role in the future of world markets.  Wine no doubt will not lose its investible qualitys but still will retain its importance as a food.
  13. 13. References  1) Sandeep Ganesh, 2011  http://www.examiner.com/article/storing-wine-considerations-pros-and-cons  Retrieved: 2013/08/05  2) Wikipedia, 2013  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phoenicians_and_wine#Early_history_in_wine_trading  Retrieved: 2013/08/05  3)world wide wine,2013  http://theworldwidewine.com/  Retrieved: 2013/08/05  4) Wikipedia,2013  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_wine  Retrieved:2013/08/05  5) Wikipedia,2013  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wine_and_food_matching  Retrived: 2013/08/05
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