I have never seen a bottle of Ripple sell for more than 90.00, I've been watching it for a couple years now, they typically sell for about 60.00. I have a couple bottles.
If One Had An Original, Unopened Bottle Of "Ripple" Brand Wine, Would It Be Worth Selling? Does It Have Any Value?
The true value for an unopened Bottle Of "Ripple" Brand Wine can only be acknowledged by an avid wine drinker so you have to sell it to those type of people.Its value can be any where from 20 dollars to as much as 80 dollars.
I have a bottle of Pagan Pink Ripple: Pear wine and natural pure flavors. This bottle was made in Modesto, CA in the 70s, it's 750 ml (125.4 oz.), and 9% by volume. My mother was a bartender, and had an open bar at her house. When she moved 4 years ago, she gave the bottle to me. It used to sit on the back of the bar stand every since I was little in the 70s. I wonder what it sells for now.
I doubt that aging Ripple would increase its value. It was a cheap wine to begin with. Usually aging of such a wine will turn it sour or vinegary. It may be collectible since it was Fred Sanford's drink of choice on Sanford and Son, a tv show in the 70's.
How much would you be willing to sell your bottle for? I am a very big fan of Sanford and Son and having a bottle of ripple would be amazing.
Sell sell sell....don't even think twice....unless you know you can get twice that in a year sell the mfer!
If you don't plan to use it and could use the money,go ahead and sell,know how to set your bid so you can get the best price and good luck......
Ripple Wine? $5,000.00? Isn't that a nasty old wine that was extremely cheap? No hesitation here; I'd sell!