Have Ausone’s prices drifted too far into the upper atmosphere? With brokers keeping their hands off are there potential buying opportunities to be had?
Masseto may be riding high at the moment but just how sustainable is its current position in the market – especially as Bordeaux begin to recover?
I think it’s fair to say that the market is taking a while to get to grips with Vega Sicilia Unico, which is a shame.
When debating what wine is ‘worth’ from a purely monetary point of view, it’s very easy to sometimes forget that, intrinsically, it simply makes us happy.
London brewery Fuller’s is selling a ‘vintage’ ale priced at £250.80 a bottle.
Life and everything else in-between is uncertain and it’s best to expect the unexpected – so don’t neglect diversifying your portfolio.
As the fine wine market gains ground, what first growths currently in the market represent the best bargains?
Two Bordeaux wines, both from St Emilion, both grand cru classé, one lauded by Robert Parker – so why does the other get all the attention?
If you’re an investor, remember that you never ‘own’ a case of wine – you’re merely holding on to it in the hope of a return.
In any market place there are two key points of change to keep alert to: secular change, and cyclical change.
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