Originally Posted by Fer
I saw the bottles, In the case of the "St. Emillion", is a white wine, as far as i can see. White wines has short lives. Less than 5 years in a constant temperature of 55 ºF, I saw the label scratched, so it makes it almost unsaleable (thinking as an antiquity, because the wine, I think is already dead). In the case of the red label, as it is said, is a standard blend, but there are 2 things:
1. It is said that the flavor of whiskys changes, I've heard the old red label is much better than the actual red label.
2. Because of the old label (just because is old), it could be attractive for someone, as an antiquity)
So, I think you can sell the red label with a better price. Why don't you try to sell it on e-Bay or something like that? I think you can have something good.
Your right about the wine (there are pieces of cork "swimming"), i will just save the empty bottle.
About the Red Label i will just invite some friends and drink it. It was bought by my grandfather from Russia between the years 1970-1974 so i will it drink it in his memory (he died in 1996). Ebay has one large empty bottle with stand and the guy wants 90 dollars (no offers) so i guess mine could worth 200 maximum lets say (i doubt it). This valuation does not make me to want to sell it.
Thanks very much for the reply