VinTrust--Looking For Liquid Assets

Tom Brennan
Monday, 27 Nov 2006 | 2:16 PM ET

VinTrust – a San Francisco start up – will catalogue--store and monetize (to legalize as money) your wine collection. The company provides up-to-date ratings and values for all your finest wines – and it’ll even play middle man if you choose to trade bottles with other collectors.

Mark Veverka wrote the story for Barron’s. He's West Coast Editor for the magazine and goes into all the details with his Tech check on Power Lunch.

For the full story:

Liquid Assets
A new technology company is helping people and companies manage their wine collections, with Mark Veverka, Barron's West Coast Editor.


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