Category Archives: Wine Investment

Neal Martin published his Bordeaux 2015 vintage scores

Hot off the press, Neal Martin has published his critical view on Bordeaux 2015 today. This was the key critic’s opinion the market has been waiting for and released on The Wine Advocate (although it appears in a slightly grudging way by the platform). Parker’s chosen successor has rated the 2015 vintage overall as excellent […]

Specialist fine wine auctioneer kicks off 2018 with US$10M sale

Chicago-based Hart Davies Hart is recognised as the world’s leading specialist fine wine auctioneer and has just reported that its first sale of 2018, held in February, was the biggest in the auctioneer’s history, raising in excess of US$10M.  The sale took place over three days with bids received from 15 different countries for rare […]


The top wines of Burgundy are produced in low volumes, are of a superlative quality and command some of the highest values in the world and the market just can’t get enough of them! The growing global demand for Burgundy’s wines has driven growth in the region’s market share by value traded on Liv-ex from […]


New year can commence quietly in the wine world, perhaps a hangover from the seasonal festivities, but the round-up news on market performance continues to whet the appetite for the year ahead as the market starts to gather momentum early 2018. Fine wine auction statistics for 2017 were published in January by the top houses. […]

Financial Times 16th December reports: Fine wine outperforms UK blue-chip shares and gold in 2017.

The Financial Times ran a feature on Saturday 16th December with an attention -grabbing title “Corking Year for Investors in Fine Wine”. The article commenced with the statement that: “Fine wine investors will be raising their glasses as their returns for the year are set to outperform UK blue-chip shares and gold.” The article compared […]