Recent Blog Posts



Ten most searched-for wine names*
  • 1. Dom Perignon2. Petrus3. Pin4. Montrose5. Cristal
  • 6. Talbot7. Angelus8. Belgrave9. Krug10. Palmer
*in the last 3 months, courtesy of a very popular search engine

The Global Growth of Wine Investment Funds

Date posted: November 9, 2011

In the past, collecting vintage wine was limited to wealthy and privileged individuals. But in recent years, thanks in part to the creation of special investment funds, fine wine has quickly become a viable alternative investment option for smaller investors. Read full story...

Bordeaux 2009 Vintage To Hold Promise as Vehicle for Capital Growth?

Date posted: September 29, 2010

The Liv-ex 100 index has impressively outperformed many more traditional investment areas in recent years, suggesting once more that trading fine wine may be considered a sound alternative area of capital growth. Read full story...

Fine Wine Investment – Looking Back, Looking Forward

Date posted: February 1, 2010

Investment in fine wines was a regular feature in most investment guides throughout 2009, moving out from occupying a niche market position to one that increased in attractiveness as the global financial meltdown hit regular investment assets, including stocks and bonds, unit trusts etc. In some cases, fine wine investments have outperformed other assets by more than 400%. Read full story...

20 valuable resources for fine wine

Date posted: October 16, 2009

Here are our top 20 resources for fine wine on the web:

Read full story...

Early Bordeaux harvest fuelling excitement

Date posted: September 25, 2009

The eagerly expected Bordeaux 2009 vintage got off to an early start with the Pessac Léognan estate Château Carbonnieux commencing their harvest on August 27, at least a week ahead of the normal September harvest date.

Read full story...