Liv-Ex Fine Wine 100 Index
IN THE NEWS
  • “With an excellent vintage, you can expect price growth to last at least ten years after bottling. So be prepared to invest for the medium or long-term.”

    Thisismoney.co.uk, August 2013
  • “While the Liv-ex Fine Wine 50 Index of top Bordeaux wines has risen 3 percent since the start of 2013, gains came mainly in the first 10 weeks of the year, with prices sliding since mid-March. A muted response to the Bordeaux 2012 wine futures sales campaign has focused demand on some other vintages.”

    Bloomberg – August 2013
  • “Not only are savers struggling for a way to grow their money, but stock markets are also volatile and that makes investing in alternative and tangible assets look attractive. One such option is wine.”

    Thisismoney.co.uk, August 2013
  • “We are moving from wine as ‘noble agriculture’ to ‘luxury goods’- whether you like the words or not”

    Arnaud de Laforcade, Château Cheval Blanc (LVMH) CFO
  • “Investors have been turning to alternative assets such as fine wine in recent months to diversify their portfolios and hedge against the threat of inflation”

    Financial Times, June 2013
  • “Forget government bonds, fine art and even stamps: Red wine outperformed them all over the 20th century.”

    The Telegraph, May 2014
  • “Bordeaux vintage wines such as Petrus and Chateau Margaux are once again in demand amongst investors in Asia and the US after declines in price for some of the most sought after bottles has lured buyers back to the market”

    The Telegraph, May 2014
  • “Portfolios in times of crisis – meaning periods of crisis in financial markets – perform ‘in all cases’ better with wine or gold than those without them”

    Decanter, August 2014
  • “For red bordeaux, there’s value – in spades – in a lot of the older vintages. It’s an interesting dynamic in the market. Merchants say it’s hard to find stocks of pre-2005 in any decent quantity”

    The Telegraph, June 2014