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I have some wine I would like to post for sale. After looking through some older posts it seems most have a price listed. After googling the wines I am not sure how to derive a price as the range of prices I find online can be pretty wide.

any guidance on would be helpful. I have Ca. cabs which I am looking to sale.
 
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wine-searcher.com is the holy grail of pricing. Start there and be prepared to come in under the lowest price there if you intend to sell things here.
 
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Agree with Fatcity, but, it is worth spending the $30 and getting the Wine-seracher pro version. This will give you the lowest pricing for wines you want to buy, as well as insight to what the wines might sale for.
 
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thanks for the help...I will take a look at see what i can come up with.
 
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Originally posted by hippomon:
Agree with Fatcity, but, it is worth spending the $30 and getting the Wine-seracher pro version. This will give you the lowest pricing for wines you want to buy, as well as insight to what the wines might sale for.


Always go with mom he knows well.
 
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