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Alpine Vinegar - 19 Aug 2009
Alpine Vinegar - 19 Aug 2009
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August 19, 2009
Swiss vinegar maker Baerg Marti Managing Director Stephan Marti poses next to one of the first vinegar...
LAUTERBRUNNEN, Switzerland
Swiss vinegar maker Baerg Marti Managing Director Marti stores a vinegar barrique barrel in a cave on...
Swiss vinegar maker Baerg Marti Managing Director Stephan Marti poses next to one of the first vinegar barrique barrel stored in a cave on the Mutthorn mountain in the Bernese Oberland August 19, 2009. Baerg Marti is to store a limited quantity of balsamic vinegar barrique barrels in a cave at an altitude of 2900 metres above sea level. According to Baerg Marti, the new investment trend is attracting exclusive investors from all over the world as they are reckoning on an increase in value of 200 to 300% in the first five years. The words on the barrel read "Tadashi Natori", the name of the Japanese industrialist who approached Baerg Marti with the request to purchase a barrel of quality vinegar as an investment and to store it in the Swiss Alps. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND SOCIETY BUSINESS)
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August 19, 2009
Swiss vinegar maker Baerg Marti Managing Director Stephan Marti stores a vinegar barrique barrel in a...
LAUTERBRUNNEN, Switzerland
Swiss vinegar maker Baerg Marti Managing Director Marti stores a vinegar barrique barrel in a cave on...
Swiss vinegar maker Baerg Marti Managing Director Stephan Marti stores a vinegar barrique barrel in a cave on the Mutthorn mountain in the Bernese Oberland August 19, 2009. Baerg Marti is to store a limited quantity of balsamic vinegar barrique barrels in a cave at an altitude of 2900 metres above sea level. According to Baerg Marti, the new investment trend is attracting exclusive investors from all over the world as they are reckoning on an increase in value of 200 to 300% in the first five years. The words on the barrel read "Tadashi Natori", the name of the Japanese industrialist who approached Baerg Marti with the request to purchase a barrel of quality vinegar as an investment and to store it in the Swiss Alps. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND SOCIETY BUSINESS)
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August 19, 2009
Swiss vinegar maker Baerg Marti Managing Director Stephan Marti poses next to one of the first vinegar...
LAUTERBRUNNEN, Switzerland
Swiss vinegar maker Baerg Marti Managing Director Marti stores a vinegar barrique barrel in a cave on...
Swiss vinegar maker Baerg Marti Managing Director Stephan Marti poses next to one of the first vinegar barrique barrel stored in a cave on the Mutthorn mountain in the Bernese Oberland August 19, 2009. Baerg Marti is to store a limited quantity of balsamic vinegar barrique barrels in a cave at an altitude of 2900 metres above sea level. According to Baerg Marti, the new investment trend is attracting exclusive investors from all over the world as they are reckoning on an increase in value of 200 to 300% in the first five years. The words on the barrel read "Tadashi Natori", the name of the Japanese industrialist who approached Baerg Marti with the request to purchase a barrel of quality vinegar as an investment and to sore it in the Swiss Alps. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND SOCIETY BUSINESS)
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August 19, 2009
Swiss vinegar maker Baerg Marti Managing Director Stephan Marti controls the first vinegar barrique barrels...
LAUTERBRUNNEN, Switzerland
Swiss vinegar maker Baerg Marti Managing Director Marti stores vinegar barrique barrels in a cave on...
Swiss vinegar maker Baerg Marti Managing Director Stephan Marti controls the first vinegar barrique barrels stored in a cave on the Mutthorn mountain in the Bernese Oberland August 19, 2009. Baerg Marti is to store a limited quantity of balsamic vinegar barrique barrels in a cave at an altitude of 2900 metres above sea level. According to Baerg Marti, the new investment trend is attracting exclusive investors from all over the world as they are reckoning on an increase in value of 200 to 300% in the first five years. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND SOCIETY BUSINESS)
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August 19, 2009
A general view shows the refuge and the Mutthorn mountain in the Bernese Oberland in the Swiss Alps August...
LAUTERBRUNNEN, Switzerland
A general view shows the refuge and the Mutthorn mountain in the Bernese Oberland
A general view shows the refuge and the Mutthorn mountain in the Bernese Oberland in the Swiss Alps August 19, 2009. Swiss vinegar maker Baerg Marti is to store a limited quantity of balsamic vinegar barrique barrels in a cave at an altitude of 2900 metres above sea level. According to Baerg Marti, the new investment trend is attracting exclusive investors from all over the world as they are reckoning on an increase in value of 200 to 300% in the first five years. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND SOCIETY BUSINESS)
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August 19, 2009
Swiss vinegar maker Baerg Marti Managing Director Stephan Marti controls the first vinegar barrique barrels...
LAUTERBRUNNEN, Switzerland
Swiss vinegar maker Baerg Marti Managing Director Marti stores vinegar barrique barrels in a cave on...
Swiss vinegar maker Baerg Marti Managing Director Stephan Marti controls the first vinegar barrique barrels stored in a cave on the Mutthorn mountain in the Bernese Oberland August 19, 2009. Baerg Marti is to store a limited quantity of balsamic vinegar barrique barrels in a cave at an altitude of 2900 metres above sea level. According to Baerg Marti, the new investment trend is attracting exclusive investors from all over the world as they are reckoning on an increase in value of 200 to 300% in the first five years. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND SOCIETY BUSINESS)
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August 19, 2009
A general view of the Mutthorn mountain in the Bernese Oberland shows the entrance of a cave (L, bottom)...
LAUTERBRUNNEN, Switzerland
A general view shows the refuge and the Mutthorn mountain in the Bernese Oberland
A general view of the Mutthorn mountain in the Bernese Oberland shows the entrance of a cave (L, bottom) used by Swiss vinegar maker Baerg Marti to store balsamic vinegar August 19, 2009. Baerg Marti is to store a limited quantity of balsamic vinegar barrique barrels in a cave at an altitude of 2900 metres above sea level. According to Baerg Marti, the new investment trend is attracting exclusive investors from all over the world as they are reckoning on an increase in value of 200 to 300% in the first five years. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND SOCIETY BUSINESS)
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August 19, 2009
Swiss vinegar maker Baerg Marti Managing Director Stephan Marti controls the first vinegar barrique barrels...
LAUTERBRUNNEN, Switzerland
Swiss vinegar maker Baerg Marti Managing Director Marti stores vinegar barrique barrels in a cave on...
Swiss vinegar maker Baerg Marti Managing Director Stephan Marti controls the first vinegar barrique barrels stored in a cave on the Mutthorn mountain in the Bernese Oberland August 19, 2009. Baerg Marti is to store a limited quantity of balsamic vinegar barrique barrels in a cave at an altitude of 2900 metres above sea level. According to Baerg Marti, the new investment trend is attracting exclusive investors from all over the world as they are reckoning on an increase in value of 200 to 300% in the first five years. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND SOCIETY BUSINESS) FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE: ALSO SEE GM1E65V1A7R01.
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August 19, 2009
A general view shows the refuge and the Mutthorn mountain in the Bernese Oberland in the Swiss Alps August...
LAUTERBRUNNEN, Switzerland
A general view shows the refuge and the Mutthorn mountain in the Bernese Oberland
A general view shows the refuge and the Mutthorn mountain in the Bernese Oberland in the Swiss Alps August 19, 2009. Swiss vinegar maker Baerg Marti is to store a limited quantity of balsamic vinegar barrique barrels in a cave at an altitude of 2900 metres above sea level. According to Baerg Marti, the new investment trend is attracting exclusive investors from all over the world as they are reckoning on an increase in value of 200 to 300% in the first five years. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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