Is It Immoral to Pay More than €70 for a bottle of wine?

One of life’s big questions, the answer to which surely deserves three long pages, but will be summed up in this brief sentence: “It is perfectly normal to pay the price for things when one has the means to do so…” It’s a bit like going to the supermarket and saying to yourself, “Why buy a bottle of ‘European’ olive oil for €3.50 when I can buy one that’s been ‘cold pressed by the feet of the owner and his family and gathered only in 200-year-old oak barrels’”, which will cost eight times as much and come with an “organic” logo into the bargain.

Buying a Ferrari when you don’t have the money to pay the insurance that goes with it, now that’s immoral…

https://www.wine-searcher.com/m/2020/11/the-morality-of-buying-expensive-wine

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