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Default 1966 Chateau Latour

I have a friend who is pooling his resources and willing to part with a
bottle of 1966 Chateau Latour Grand Cru for $400. It appears this wine
typically sells for more online but he has no experience in this field. I
invite advice anyone might have on how best to sell a bottle like this one.





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On Feb 25, 10:02�am, "Professor" wrote:
I have a friend who is pooling his resources and willing to part with a
bottle of 1966 Chateau Latour Grand Cru for $400. �It appears this wine
typically sells for more online but he has no experience in this field. �I
invite advice anyone might have on how best to sell a bottle like this one..


easiest is to try winebid.com or winecommune.com. Price one gets is
dependent on bottle condition
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Default 1966 Chateau Latour

Professor wrote:
I have a friend who is pooling his resources and willing to part with a
bottle of 1966 Chateau Latour Grand Cru for $400. It appears this wine
typically sells for more online but he has no experience in this field. I
invite advice anyone might have on how best to sell a bottle like this one.


Will any of the retailers in the area sell it on consignment or just
outright buy it? Normally, single bottle sales aren't very attractive,
but for a bottle like that he might get some interest.

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On Feb 25, 10:10 am, DaleW wrote:
On Feb 25, 10:02�am, "Professor" wrote:

I have a friend who is pooling his resources and willing to part with a
bottle of 1966 Chateau Latour Grand Cru for $400. �It appears this wine
typically sells for more online but he has no experience in this field. �I
invite advice anyone might have on how best to sell a bottle like this one.


easiest is to try winebid.com or winecommune.com. Price one gets is
dependent on bottle condition


Beware, Professor is a troll and has been kicked off of google
before....


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