A wine investment director who didn’t purchase any wine on behalf of his clients, duping them out of £400,000, has been banned from running a company for 11 years.
Fine wine has been the best performer of all major investment assets since 1988, according to research published this week by wine investment company Vin-X.
A British wine investment company, Prestige Fine Wine, has been forced into provisional liquidation as part of an ongoing investigation by UK authorities.
A wine trader has appeared in court to deny conning investors out of £350,000 for expensive bottles of Bordeaux and Champagne that never existed.
Scottish brewer Innis & Gunn has reached its £3 million “BeerBond” investment target to help build a new brewery.
The director of a wine investment firm that was liquidated in 2012 with £1 million missing from its books has been banned from running a company for 12 years.
A convicted wine fraudster who swindled £1 million out of investors to pay for luxury holidays has been jailed for eight years.
A new report has revealed the increasing popularity of fine wine over the past decade, highlighting growth of 234%.
A UK company claiming to be “one of the world’s leading wine brokers” has stopped answering its phones, leaving clients in the dark about their investments.
Spending a lot for a top quality wine is fine if you plan to drink it, but not as a form of investment, says the world’s leading wine critic Robert Parker.
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