Yes, wine can provide high returns and many investors consider it an asset. Though it is an investment that requires time and knowledge to be successful.

Tax regulations regarding wine investment vary by jurisdiction. In the United States, any profit from selling wine is subject to capital gain taxes. In the United Kingdom, wine classified as a "wasting asset" isn’t subject to capital gains tax. A wasting asset is any tangible moveable property with a predictable life of 50 years or less.

Market conditions, vintage quality and individual investment goals may influence the decision to sell earlier or hold for a longer duration.

Use a reputable wine logistics provider, like Hillebrand Gori, who specializes in handling fine wines. They can recommend the right way to pack and transport the wine to preserve and protect its quality.