How long can wine be cellared?August 6, 2007 7:02 pm Wine
Here’s another tip that comes from Columbia Wineryâ€™s own wine educator, Steve Vernon–a wise and funny guy whom you’ll find in the winery’s Woodinville tasting room, if you’re lucky.
A bottle of wineÂ can age at the rate of $1 a month. What does that mean exactly? A $70 bottle of wineÂ can be cellared for 70 months. A $25 bottle of wine can be aged for 25 months, or about two years.
This calculation makes cellaring easy, eh? Of course, myÂ humorous husband tried to trip up Steve by asking him how to calculate cellaring ifÂ the bottle of wine was bought on sale. Steve laughed and didn’t answer.