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Buying at auction
"ozscape"
post Jul 20 2001, 05:31 PM
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My advice would be to start with someone like Langtons Fine Wine Auctions.
Annual membership is the cost of a good bottle, and the silent auctions are a great way to pick up all sorts of wine - that have at least been looked at by the Langton's people before you buy it. So chances are it's OK.
Good luck!



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"keith"
post Jul 19 2001, 09:57 PM
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I am interested in finding out how one goes about buying moderately aged wine. What internet sites are reputable, and are there any quality controls? Do you have to buy in cases? I`m mainly interested in Australian wines. Thanks for any advice, as I am a novice at the auction game. What are the traps to look for? Cheers
Keith



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