Yesterday after work I quickly used the ladder to climb up so that I could clean this special area which we used for displaying our wines.
Most of them were given to us as gifts.
Maybe we should start drinking them instead of displaying them.
One authority believes that only a few wines have the ability to significantly improve with age: Master of Wine Jancis Robinson notes that only around the top 10% of all red wine and top 5% of all white wines can improve significantly enough with age to make drinking more enjoyable at 5 years of age than at 1 year of age. Additionally, Robinson estimates, only the top 1% of all wine has the ability to improve significantly after more than a decade. It is her belief that more wine is consumed too old, rather than too young, and that the great majority of wines start to lose appeal and fruitiness after 6 months in the bottle. Many consumers appear to disagree, as very high prices are routinely paid for wines of many types that are much older than what she claims is viable.