Category Archives: Wine Investment

Will Bank of England rate cut impact market upward trend?

The Bank of England’s recent interest rate cut, the first since March 2009, taking the level to a new record low of 0.25%, has been undertaken in the hope of stimulating the economy and helping to cure post Brexit blues. Alongside the headline cut in the interest rate are a number of other measures designed […]

Invest in wines with room to grow in buoyant fine wine market

Liv-ex reported to trade members today on market moves in line with key historical economic events and it made for interesting reading. The Exchange is the definitive source on the fine wine market globally and its data is utilised by professional wealth and fund managers, academics and the fine wine trade. Liv-ex have measured monthly […]

Fine wine LX50 reaches highest level since October 2013

We have commented recently on the positive rise of the Liv-ex 50, up 6% in the last month. The LX50 monitors the performance of the last ten physical vintages of the First Growths; Margaux, Lafite-Rothschild, Mouton Rothschild, Haut Brion and Latour. As a barometer of the market this is a particularly interesting index as major […]

Brexit’s impact already creating ripples in property sector, whilst wine continues to hold steady

The early tremors being felt in the London property market post the Brexit  referendum are making us all take notice.  With an estimated 30 percent of Vin-X clients holding property investments, other than their home, from which they derive income and hope for strong capital growth, we thought a headline comparison of potential impacts from […]

Right Bank quality shines through in 2015

The EU referendum and subsequent Brexit vote may well have distracted investors from some 2015 primeur release prices that dribbled out last week, but right now it pays to be alert! Indeed, as a hedge against the inevitable falls in Sterling we are now witnessing putting some money into Bordeaux classed growths might represent a […]

Brexit – a few hours on!

What a morning! Who would have thought it – the British public have sent shockwaves around the world – to what extent our benefit or loss from this decision will not be understood for some while! But in the short term we are already witnessing currency volatility with £:$ plummeting to lows not seen since […]

Brexit – What happens next?

The prime minister has announced his resignation. The currency markets rode the wave over night as votes came in. FTSE has fallen over 500 points and Sterling has seen record falls. The London property market is circling its wagons. Scotland and Ireland are already agitating for referendums of their own, and they won’t be the […]

To be or not to be … in … that is the question

46million of us are eligible to vote today in probably the most historic moment in modern political history for the UK. In or out, by this time tomorrow we will know whether our relationship with Europe will carry on, business as usual, or in a whole new way. Whichever way it goes one thing’s for […]