Ok, well I was thinking up some different investing strategies, apart from the typical three, direct shares, managed funds and property. And I thought about wine, theres some bottles worth thousands of dollars. Does anyone already do this? Or have any experience in wine at all? I was thinking of buying expensive not so matured bottles of wine, perhaps holding em for a few years, then sell em, surely theres got to be a market for it, and im sure theres some sort of going prices for 'x' year old wine. For example say you buy like a bottle of Don Perin Yon (dont have a clue on the spelling, just know its an expensive one) and then hold it for say 5 years, you should be able to make a certain % gain, not to mention it would more than likley be tax free, unless you did it on a huge scale, in which case I think you can say its a hobbie, and not pay tax or something.