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“Fine wine investors will be raising their glasses as their returns for the year are set to outperform UK blue-chip shares and gold.” - Financial Times, 16th December 2017
Author: Peter Shakeshaft Suckling is generally the first of the top wine critics to publish his ratings of the latest Bordeaux vintage each Spring and as the trade is currently supping its way around the region’s chateaux a critical pointer is of interest. It is no surprise that Suckling refers to the reduced supply caused […]
On the 9th of April the Bordeaux chateaux will open their doors to the world’s wine trade for the industry’s official sampling of the 2017 vintage. This annual gathering of global merchants and critics is one of the key events in the wine calendar and the success of a vintage campaign can determine the sentiment […]
The Super Tuscans have enjoyed increasing take-up by investors as the market has broadened over the last five years. The wines of Masseto, Ornellaia, Sassicaia, Solaia and Tignanello may often achieve similar quality scores to those of the top Bordeaux chateaux, but without the brand profile of the 1855 classification and their Right […]