Monday, March 27, 2017

Wine Investment

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Fine Wine Continues to Deliver Positive Returns

January saw further signs of optimism in the fine wine market.  The main indices were up by 1.1% (Liv-ex 100) and 1.4% (Liv-ex Investables).  This takes the upturn since mid-November to over 3%, achieved...

Collecting Wine – A Beginner’s Guide

Wine, just like stamps, art and jewellery, have well documented histories, vintages, and values which in turn make them great collectables. A number of factors can influence exactly how collectible, and therefore valuable, a...

Château Margaux Landmark Event at Sotherby’s Wine

On 17 October 2015 in New York Sotheby’s Wine will present Château Margaux 1900-2010 Direct From The Cellars: A Celebration of the Mentzelopoulos Era. This is a landmark event that represents the first time...

Fine Wine Market Participants Anticipate 8.7% Returns

Liv-ex, the fine wine exchange's annual member survey reveals an overwhelmingly bullish view of the market amongst traders. Ninety percent of respondents predicted an increase in the Liv-ex 100 over the course...

From Working in IT to Owning a Winery

  Glaswegian Christine Kernohan turned her passion for wine into her livelihood, and started a new life in New Zealand, investing in a winery When Christine Kernohan, a Glaswegian working in IT, decided to start her...

Ideal Time To Invest in New Zealand Wine

Investors tempted down under for a share in New Zealand’s wine industry ‘Get a taste for your new life’ was the message at an exclusive wine tasting event held in London this month and led...

Top Wine Investment Tips

7 steps to creating a valuable wine collection

Villa Maria – One Man Band to a Global Brand in 50 Years

100% New Zealand and family owned, Villa Maria Estate was founded in 1961 by Sir George Fistonich who, through his dedication to quality, has led Villa Maria to claim the title of ‘New Zealand’s...

World’s Most Expensive Wine Cellar to be Built

UK to house most exclusive wine investment collection

Wine – Know Your Market

How smart investors are getting to grips with the wine fraudsters