• William Bailey

Is Investment in Fine Wines for you?


Just over 25% of High Net Worth individuals currently own a fine wine portfolio.

Does this mean that the other 75% are missing out on a good deal?

The answer to this is relative.

Do you class making above 10% net a year on your investments a good return?

Is your portfolio overweight in stocks?

Will you lose out if the stock market crashes (a number of leading experts are pointing towards what could be the biggest crash in history)?

If the answer to the questions above is yes, it may be worth you considering diversifying your money into a portfolio of fine wine.

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Aside from the tax advantages (depending on your status fine wine may be considered Capital Gains Tax Free), by investing in wine, you stand to;

1. Potentially outperform the stock market — between 1988 and 2012, fine wine outperformed global stocks 98% of the time. In 2016, the Liv-ex 100, the leading benchmark for fine wine rose by more than 25%.

2. Diversify your portfolio — in his book “Wine Investment for Portfolio Diversification”, Mahesh Kumar proves that “investing in fine wine can offer superior returns, relatively low volatility and significant diversification benefits reducing overall portfolio risk.

If this sounds good to you, click here to find out more.

Can I buy any wine and make profit?

The simple answer to this is no!

Historically, the best wines to invest in are the Grands Crus Classes from Bordeaux (if this makes you scratch your head, don’t worry we can do all of the work and research for you!)

For centuries, the wines of Bordeaux have been gracing the tables of the wealthy upper classes.

Due to weather, the quality of the vintage each year can vary dramatically, meaning that there are rarely more than two or three great vintages in any given decade.

According to Forbes rich list, there are more than 1,800 billionaires and 15 million millionaires in the world and many of these people have developed a taste for the finer things in life!

This combination of ever increasing demand and limited supply leads to one thing, increasing prices!

According to Liv-ex (the leading global fine wine exchange www.liv-ex.com), if you had invested in the Liv-ex 100 (the leading benchmark) between 2003–2016, your investment would have returned over 155% whereas the same investment in FTSE 100 would have returned less than 40%!

Sounds interesting right?

Click here to view our free guide so you can see how this market can work for you!

If you are ready to find out more about investing in this profitable market, send an email to info@veblenwine.com and we’ll get in touch to see how we can help you.

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