Wine and spirits auction sales exceeded $118 million at Sotheby’s Wines, up 20 percent over the last year and a record high, revealing a healthy appetite among investors.
In times of uncertainty and distressed markets, diversifying your investment portfolio reduces your risk - allocating investments among various financial instruments, industries, and other categories means you're not over exposed to any one asset.
For those who don’t know, Ding Hong was the most successful wine fund ever, and a 2nd phase has just been confirmed. The best performing wine fund has been dormant for 9 years, but its now making an exciting come back!
And what about a sherry that pre-dates the French Revolution? Specialist Noah May reports from a Christie’s Wine Department dinner in London at which leading collectors sampled wines spanning three centuries
To understand which wines have historically produced consistent and competitive growth you need look no further than the Bordeaux Big 8.
These eight finest Chateaux in Bordeaux are emblems of exceptional quality wine making and their wines tend to command the highest prices on the global wine market. They 'slow release' their vintages to manipulate supply and then drive demand. The Plateau of maturity is usually 8-30 years however spectacular vintages can be drunk 60/70 years old.
One of the best pieces of advice you can stick to as a wine investor is to buy the best that you can afford and they don't come any better than the Bordeaux Big 8. So let's take a look at them!
Throughout this post we're going to take a look at some of the key factors that drive the fine wine market. Hopefully this will help you to understand why some wines are a good investment and some wines are not.
It's worth mentioning that while the following fundamentals of the fine wine market are crucial pillars in any fine wine investment strategy, past performance can never determine future success and the wine market, like most other markets, can be unpredictable at times.
Right, let's get into it!
When you've invested thousands of pounds in a case of wine that you're hoping will appreciate in value, it's of paramount importance that your wine is kept in optimum storage conditions. We choose to store all of our wine at EHD London No.1 Bond.
Some of the most lucrative investments increase their value with age, and vintage fine wine is no exception to the rule.
A survey by Barclays Wealth and Investment Management as detailed in the Telegraph article 5 Fine Wines that beat the FTSE'