Last week we pointed out that Mouton 2000 had enjoyed a stellar performance, such a performance, indeed, as might have been expected in the Chinese “Year of the Ram”.
Despite the doom and gloom headlines, you really can’t afford to leave Bordeaux out of your portfolio.
UK fine wine specialist, Cult Wines, has announced it is to open an office in Hong Kong this year.
If you think the markets are currently worrying excessively about things which have long been known about, then be on the lookout for bargains. And remember to diversify.
Tempting as it may be for fine wine investors to get excited about last week’s trading on the Liv-ex 50, it is probably worth reflecting that this is not unusual for January.
With a new year comes new opportunities and plenty of speculation but what will really change?
A dramatic slump in demand is putting paid to China’s reputation as an ‘El Dorado’ for wine trading, one French importer has said.
Leading Barbaresco producer Gaja is hopeful of producing an outstanding 2015 vintage following a ‘spectacular’ harvest of its Nebbiolo grapes.
Burgundy producer Château de Santenay is optimistic that 2015 will be its greatest vintage yet.
Investors’ interest in the hitherto relatively unheralded 2011 vintage of Cheval Blanc has been boosted by a tip-off from the estate’s technical director, Pierre-Olivier Clouet.
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