Grow your investment portfolio with fine wine, adding value whether its buying, selling or just simple advice. All data taken from the Liv-ex exchange.

Whether you are just getting started, or simply looking for a service provider, we are more than happy to help and will be with you each step of the journey.

 

Each Bordeaux Investment Portfolio below is updated periodically as the market data is analysed.

 

You will also receive quarterly reports for your portfolio and may also sell at any time. Please see 'terms and conditions' for additional information or simply email/ call our offices for further information.

Bordeaux Investment Portfolio 1

Ch. Montrose 2010

Ch. Pavie 2011

Ch. Ducru Beacaillou 2008

Total cost up to £5,131.00

First years insurance and storage is free. Please see below or tariff for subsequent years charges.

Bordeaux Investment Portfolio 2

Ch. Montrose 2010

Ch. Forts Latour 2009

Ch. Cheval Blanc 2005

Ch. Ducru Beaucalliou 2008

Total cost up to £9,144.00

First years insurance and storage is free. Please see below or tariff for subsequent years charges.

Bordeaux Investment Portfolio 3

Stock selection TBC

Total cost is £ TBC

First years insurance and storage is free. Please see below or tariff for subsequent years charges.

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As fine wine gets older and rarer, it is expected to increase in value. This is the premise of fine wine investment: buy wine when it’s young, then sell it once it’s older and more valuable.

 

Headlines are filled with stories of investors who bought wine at low prices
then sold it years later for thousands. The possibility that wine, a complex drink that fascinates many people, could earn a substantial return, attracts many to wine investment.

Source: Liv-Ex

Independent wine investment report provided by Liv-Ex