Fine wine has been a revelation for many investors.
The reason for this is the resistant nature of the secondary market, or consumption market, for these products. We have the ability to offer your wine into the consumption market globally. Not only working with buyers in the UK and Europe, bolstering their long-standing passion for fine wine. But also facilitating the growing demand that’s been seen for the most sought-after products in the USA and Asia.
The secondary market for fine wine has never been healthier, as reported by Morgan Stanley in July 2019 it’s currently sitting at around $5 billion. The Liv-ex Fine Wine 100 index, which tracks the price movement of 100 of the most actively traded wines in the world, showed returns over a 10-year period exceeding that for the FTSE and S&P 500, with lower volatility than gold.
The fact that wine is a tangible asset with an intrinsic value has driven a new wave of savvy collectors to take note, also bringing in a new era as institutional investors begin to speculate. The emergence of these new factors within the market along with dependable long-standing patrons provide an appealing proposition to many.