Transatlantic Flight

Shipping a large wine collection requires planning, professional advice, and patience

Transatlantic Flight
Collector Jim Lancaster took on the challenge of moving his wines from Europe to America. (Bob Stefko)
From the Sep 30, 2021, issue

Moving a wine collection—the product of an investment of time, money and passion—is a nerve-racking process. Jim Lancaster needed to move his fine wine collection from Point A to Point B. Problem was, Point A was the Netherlands and Point B was Indiana. Here's how he took on the challenge

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