Wine as food or wine as a collectors

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  • Earlier people buy wine in barrows and drink as drink.Now people buy wine in bottles, and drink to enjoy. To learn. To appreciate.
  • Among the most popular recent top vintages are 1982, 2000 and 2005. The biggest winner in recent years has been Chateau Lafite 1982. A case of 12 bottles that cost £325 when it first hit the wine racks can now sell for £25,000.
  • The aging of wine, and its ability to potentially improve wine quality, distinguishes wine from most other consumable goods. While wine is perishable and capable of deteriorating, complex chemical reactions involving a wine's sugars, acids and phenolic compounds (such as tannins) can alter the aroma, color, mouthfeel and taste of the wine in a way that may be more pleasing to the taster. The ability of a wine to age is influenced by many factors including grape variety, vintage, viticultural practices, wine region and winemaking style. The condition that the wine is kept in after bottling can also influence how well a wine ages and may require significant time and financial investment.
  • The aging of wine, and its ability to potentially improve wine quality, distinguishes wine from most other consumable goods. While wine is perishable and capable of deteriorating, complex chemical reactions involving a wine's sugars, acids and phenolic compounds (such as tannins) can alter the aroma, color, mouthfeel and taste of the wine in a way that may be more pleasing to the taster. The ability of a wine to age is influenced by many factors including grape variety, vintage, viticultural practices, wine region and winemaking style. The condition that the wine is kept in after bottling can also influence how well a wine ages and may require significant time and financial investment.
  • Because of the cellular structure of cork, it is easily compressed upon insertion into a bottle and will expand to form a tight seal. The interior diameter of the neck of glass bottles tends to be inconsistent, making this ability to seal through variable contraction and expansion an important attribute. However, unavoidable natural flaws, channels, and cracks in the bark make the cork itself highly inconsistent. In a 2005 closure study 45% of corks showed gas leakage during pressure testing both from the sides of the cork as well as through the cork body itself.
  • In Ancient Rome, wine were priced for their ability of aging. They find out that the older wine taste better than new wine, so they stored wine in sealed earthenware keep for many years.The Hospices de Beaune wine auction take place every year the third Sunday in november, for last 152 years ,it is the oldest wine auction in the world.
  • This is a 6 little 1947 Cheval-Blanc sold for three hundreds thousand dollars, the world recorded most expensive bottle of wine, 1947 cheval blanc is the best wine that have ever made in last century in the region, many critics rate it as if not the best, it must be the most remarkable wine .
  • This is the most expensive champing in the world, has being kept under the sea near Finland for almost a century, recovered by a group of divers near a Shipwrecked site . Suppose to ship to Russia back in 1916,but attracted by germen submarine on the way.
  • This bottle of chateau lafite sold for a hundred and fifty thousand dollars in 1985, only for collection,since even a bottle of fine wine like lafite turn into vinagar after few decades , But as you can see it has Thomas Jefferson’s initial under the lafite, that’s what makes it so expensive.
  • The Bordeaux Wine Official Classification of 1855 resulted from the 1855 Exposition Universelle de Paris, when Emperor Napoleon III requested a classification system for France's best Bordeaux wines which were to be on display for visitors from around the world. Brokers from the wine industry ranked the wines according to a château's reputation and trading price, which at that time was directly related to quality.
  • This is the only five wines in the class one of the bordeaux wine classification, introduced in 1855 , they are Château Lafite, Château Latour, Château Margaux, Haut-Brion, Mouton
  • Wine changed many peoples life style, there are more people like to just seat on the blcony talk with friends and enjoy the warm sunshine, with a glass of wine.
  • 1.People start to drink more good wines because wine have different meaning to them, they are not drinking wine for only as a kind of drink. To wine people , wine is a life style, wine is culture wine is consumable joy2. fine wine market has been encouraged as more people start to appreciate fine wines. Good wineries always has their top brand wine as a image of themselves. 3. Prom ,wine auction wine tasting. People gethered because of wine.
  • Wine as food or wine as a collectors

    1. 1. Presented By: Yu Pan (ANDY)
    2. 2.   People start to make wine out of grape juice, since 6000BC  Initially, wine is just a kind of basic everyday beverage.  Now, wine is collectable. Introduction
    3. 3.   The Ancient Greeks and Romans discovered the potential of aged wines.  Now people collect wine as personal interests or investment. Wine as collectable item
    4. 4.  Why is wine collectable  Master of Wine Jancis Robinson notes that only around the top 10% of all red wine, and top 5% of all white wines, are good for aging
    5. 5.   Wine is able to improve its quality by itself through aging.  Fine wines has been storaged for decades, not just to improve the taste, it also kept the cultural background with it. Why is wine collectable
    6. 6.   Cork introduced in 17th century, wine could last much longer in bottle. Crok
    7. 7.   In Ancient Rome, wine were priced for their ability of aging.  In 1851, The first Hospices de Beaune wine auction has been held in Bugendy.  November 2010, the most expensive bottle of wine has been sold for £192,000 ($304,375). History of wine collection
    8. 8.  $304,375 – 1947 Cheval-Blanc Wines has its story
    9. 9.  $275,000 – Shipwrecked 1907 Heidsieck Wines has its story
    10. 10.  $156,450 – Chateau Lafite 1787 Wines has its story
    11. 11.   Napoleon III requested a classification system for France's best Bordeaux wines in 1855  Brokers from the wine industry ranked the wines according reputation and price.  1 to 5 class ,the first class is the finest. Wine classification
    12. 12.  Wine classification The Bordeaux Wine Official Classification of 1855 resulted from the 1855 Exposition Universelle de Paris,
    13. 13.   More and more people been attracted by the combination of a glass of fine wine severed with delicious dishes. Current statement
    14. 14.   People start to collect and drinking more and more fine wines.  Encourage wineries make better wine.  Another way to social Influence
    15. 15. Guinness. (2013). Retrieved from http://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/records-1/most-expensive-wine-sold-at-auction/ Chateau Lafite. (2013). Retrieved from http://www.milliondollarblog.org/1787-Chateau-Lafite.htm Collectible wine .(2008) . Retrieved from http://www.sommelierindia.com/blog/2008/11/did_you_know_what_makes_a_coll.html Wikipedia. (2013). Retrieved from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wine Wine classification. (2013). Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bordeaux_Wine_Official_Classification_of_1855 Cork.(2013). Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cork_(material) Heidsieck.(2013). Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heidsieck_%26_Co Telegraph.(2013). Retrieved from http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/retailandconsumer/7589516/10-of-the-worlds-most-expensive-bottles-of- wine.html?image=1 Reference list

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