Why invest in wine?
Wine Outperformed the Global Equity Index by 1.88% annually over the last 15 years. The investment is completely recession-proof. The only risk is damaging the liquid. The number of collectors grew by 582% in the last 10 years and yet there is still no way to prove authenticity or ownership.
Several factors drive wine prices up over time. These factors make wine an ideal investment for good times and the not so good times.
The Liv-ex Fine Wine 1000 tracks 1,000 wines from across the world and is our broadest measure of the market. It comprises seven sub-indices which represent the most traded wines from regions around the world. This is not a financial advice. Past performance is not indicative of future returns.
25 000,00 $US
5 346,23 $US
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Valeur après frais
This is an estimate based on historical data from the Liv-ex 1000. Past performance is not indicative of future returns.
Wineries often make investment-grade wines in limited quantities — a few hundred bottles or so. That number will only fall with time as people drink them.
Wine improves with time. The astringent compounds mellow while in storage, helping to bring out new flavors and textures in the wine.
Screaming Eagle. Château Cheval Blanc. Domaine de la Romanée-Conti. These estates rank among the most prestigious names in wine and can command six figures for a single bottle.