Investors are seeking havens for savings as inflation recorded a 30-year high of 5.4% in the 12 months to December 2021. With forecasts suggesting the CPI benchmark could rise to 7% by April savings are at risk. Wine investments recorded average growth of 23% last year and offer investors a tax-efficient option to protect capital.
Reuters reported that the top performing investment wine delivered 80% growth in 2021, outperforming Bitcoin’s 70% and major tech shares. Investors are including fine wine and other tangible assets in their financial plans for 2022 to enjoy growth and to protect capital, tax efficiently.
2021 was the top performing year on record for investment wines with some seeing growth of over 60% in one year. Will we see the trend continue in 2022?
What a year! 2021 has seen some of the largest ever gains for investment wines. The market trend is up 20% and individual top performers have seen a staggering growth of up to 80% – a performance investors simply cannot ignore! Discover the ten investment wines delivering the most growth in 2021.
Wine investments are experiencing record growth in 2021 and, as equities face another Covid challenge with the emergence of Omicron, the latest performance data shows the benefits wine investors are enjoying. With Q1 2022 primed to be a tough one, investors are looking at the buoyant growth in the fine wine market to protect capital in the New Year. We look at the latest performance data …
The latest House Price data from the ONS shows that the Chancellor’s Stamp Duty exemption stimulated over 10% growth in average house prices for the year to 31st September 2021. How does wine investment performance compare over the same period and what are the predictions for 2022?
Which have been the most powerful wine investment brands in 2021, during the most economically challenging and uncertain period for investors in the last decade? We look at which investment wine brands have shaped the market and delivered the strongest growth during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Effervescent, bubbling, sparkling, frothy Champagne overtook ‘serious’ blue-chip Burgundy in October 2021 as the top performing region for investment wines. In a record year for the fine wine market, Champagne is leading the way and wine investors have a lot to celebrate.
Inflation has risen to the highest level in a decade as the Consumer Price Index data shows a 4.2% rise in the 12 months to 31st October 2021. As saving value is being eroded by unchecked inflation, investment wines are enjoying a record 19 % growth trend over the same period and are offering a ‘safe-haven’ for investors’ capital
In a buoyant market, which investment wine brands are demanding investor attention and seeing the strongest growth? Data from Liv-ex shows that Lafite Rothschild has been the power-house label so far in 2021. Blue-chip Bordeaux is leading market searches and trade, demonstrating its ‘liquid appeal’ to wine investors.