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Vina Concha y Toro S.A. Message Board

  • nematode_speculator nematode_speculator Feb 11, 2000 8:41 PM Flag

    Ah Yes, My Concha y Toro

    My question is this - How do they make such a
    good wine to sell it half way around the world for
    only $6.99 per 1.5 liter. They must be on to
    something.

    I want to move to Chile. Buy a vinyard. I
    sense this my future.

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    • ALL wine is fermented grape juice and is not
      expensive to produce. Remove the burgundy and Napa hype and
      that is still what it is. I bought VCO about 3 years
      ago because I bought a bottle in a restaurant in
      Honduras and liked it. I then saw it marketed in CostCo.
      Historically, vinters and brewers have been pretty good
      recession stocks also. Another fun (you probably won't make
      any money with it) wine stock is Chalone CHLN. Check
      it out.

 
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