What should wine investors be considering in light of the predictions that inflation could rise to hit 5% in Spring 2022 and that the Bank of England is more than likely to raise interest rates next month. Find out how you can hedge rising inflation and protect capital with fine wine.
How is wine investment comparing with gold’s performance in 2021? The traditional ‘safe haven’ asset, the yellow metal is looking a little tarnished at the end of Q3 with a negative performance YTD compared to fine wine’s best year on record.
Investment wines are experiencing a top performing year. Liv-ex’s September 2021 data shows us that fine wine prices are returning to the peak levels experienced in 2011 and that 2021 is shaping up to be the best performing year for investment wines.
The Bank of England Governor has warned of “a growing case to raise interest rates”. Should you be looking at fine wine investment to protect capital as inflation forecasts grow to be in reach of 5% this year?
The blue-chip Bordeaux First Growths trend performance in August rose 2.7% (Liv-ex Fine Wine 50), stretching past the S&P500’s 2.5% growth in the month. With the FTSE 100 trailing at 1.5% rise and gold declining 0.5% in the same period, fine wine is showing its value to investors as an alternative asset.
With Tory Tax Tactics grabbing the headlines, fine wine owners will be delighted with the Liv-ex 100’s sixteenth month of consecutive growth in August 2021. Fine wine’s strong, stable performance, combined with advantageous tax treatment, makes it an important option for investors.
“La Place de Bordeaux” sounds like a coffee-table strewn square in the capital of Aquitaine, but is in fact the highly efficient, global distribution hub for the majority of the top investment wines in the world. We look at how it is shaping the fine wine market in 2021.
Looking to add fine wine to your investment portfolio? The Vin-X experts share their top tips for wine investment.
Investors are seeking out rare Californian investment wines that challenge the best of Bordeaux and Burgundy in quality and price performance. Consistent, high-quality vintages endorsed by the world’s top critics and a maturing global distribution network have established Napa’s top brands as rich seams of value in a diversified fine wine portfolio…
The Champagne corks are popping in Tokyo and back home in the UK as Team GB continues to add to its Olympic medal haul. Champagne is also adding fizz to wine investors’ portfolios in 2021, find out which of the top performing, effervescent assets have our glasses bubbling over!