Whisky is bought primarily for three reasons: to drink, naturally, but also to collect and to invest. The enjoyment in accumulating a collection of rare whiskies can be easily appreciated by any wine lover who has cellared bottles for future enjoyment. Yet there are fundamental differences between collecting wine and collecting whisky. Wine Spectator's Jonny McCormick explains.
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