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There are a growing number of individuals, companies, family offices and wealth managers investing in fine wine. Its stable performance, providing strong growth over the long term, has led to fine wine's increasing use as a diversification tool for investment portfolios.
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Investing in fine wine is a growing trend as investors seek growth and value in the low interest rate environment that continues to prevail as we nudge into the third decade of the 21st Century. Wine investment is also now much better understood as information is more readily available with regular features in mainstream press […]