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VIN-X GUIDE TO FINE WINE INVESTMENT

Our specialist Guide to Investing in Fine Wine provides a comprehensive introduction to understanding fine wine as an investment asset and how you can benefit from including it in your portfolio as part of your financial planning. The Vin-X Guide will help you to learn more about investing in fine wine and provides a useful insight into:

  • The benefits of investing in fine wine’
  • How do you create a fine wine portfolio and getting started
  • Learn what factors influence the value of your wine collection?
  • The tax benefits of investing in fine wine
  • The fine wine market explained – what are the key dynamics – how does it work?
  • Fine wine compared to other luxury assets
  • What factors affect the performance of fine wine
  • Which wines are considered investment-grade
  • Examples of the values fine wines can achieve
  • How you can diversify a wine portfolio
  • What is ‘en primeur’ and should you buy wine this way
  • Frequently asked questions and answers
  • Find out about our fine wine experiences in the UK and Europe
  • The Vin-X service explained
  • Meet the team

 

A 2018 paper found that post-war classic European cars and cases of Bordeaux outperformed equities, fixed income, real estate and gold in the period between 1998 and 2016

Investors Chronicle, 26 September 2019

An introduction to wine investment

When I formed Vin-X in 2010 I simply wanted more people to understand the opportunity and benefits of including fine wine in an investment portfolio.

As an alternative asset, fine wine has a proven track record of delivering strong returns that have outperformed financial markets over the long term. It is very stable and characteristically fine wine’s performance does not correlate directly with more volatile financial markets. As a result, if offers the opportunity to diversify and de-risk your investment portfolio.

Fine wine also offers tax benefits, as HMRC classifies it as a ’Wasting Asset’, any gains made are generally exempt from Capital Gains Tax, subject to personal circumstances, and we would always recommend that you do seek advice from your professional tax advisor.

In my view, every investor should consider fine wine as an option to diversify and de-risk their investment portfolio. Our Guide provides an introduction to this exciting and rewarding asset class and the services we provide. We look forward to helping you to create your own fine wine collection.


Peter Shakeshaft
Chairman and Founder



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