The Antique Wine Company

For anyone who is looking to purchase desirable, hard to find wine, the Antique Wine Company is able to assist. This company, which was founded by Stephen Williams in 1982, has been around for some time now and offers its clients only the best wine in the world. In fact, The Antique Wine Company has over 20,000 clients spread across 70 countries. With this sort of a client list, the company does stay rather busy and is always looking to provide the truly best offerings of wine for an individual, business or other group.

In order to have access to some of the finer wines in the world, The Antique Wine Company manages to hold some of the most sought after bottles of wine in its own, personal cellars. In fact, it has over 10,000 bottles of wine currently in its cellar and it is able to access others, should it prove necessary. In fact, many of the wines The Antique Wine Company holds are some of the more expensive bottles as well, as it is always looking to have the very best in wine for its customers.

For some individuals who do not know exactly what to purchase, The Antique Wine Company provides something that is known as a Grand Chateau Series. All of these come with handcrafted wine cabinets that are designed to hold 18 bottles of specific wines, most of which were crafted between the 20th and 21st century. There are different models available from The Antique Wine Company, with 141 consecutive vintages that start all the way back in 1868. This way, it is possible for such a wine collector to sample different wines from nearly 150 consecutive years. This really is an amazing thing to do as a person, especially someone who has a refined pallet for their wine, is able to identify how the wine has evolved over the years, in terms of complexity, aroma, flavor, body and other elements of the wine.

Now, The Antique Wine Company also focuses on providing the very best individual wines in the world as well, and it recently set a record for the most expensive bottle of wine, which it sold for 75,000 pounds for the individual bottle.