WINE CLASSIFICATION

FINE WINE REGIONS AND INVESTMENT GRADE WINE

The fine wine market today is global in terms of demand, but the supply of investment-grade wine represents less than one percent of the world’s production and is concentrated to a few key areas. Bordeaux is still the most prolific region, but the market has broadened since 2010 to include the wines of the most outstanding producers of Burgundy, Champagne, Rhone, Italy, Spain, California and Australia. These wines offer serious value and the opportunity to diversify and strengthen your fine wine portfolio.

 

The predominance of market trade and value of investment- grade wines on Liv-ex has traditionally been in the wines of the top 30 Bordeaux chateaux. Of those the First and Second growth wines recorded in The Official Classification of Medoc and Graves of 1855 command the greatest global appeal for investment purposes.

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The value of any product may go down as well as up, so your capital might be at risk. Past performance and forecasts are not a reliable indicator of future results. Short term gains may be possible, but purchasing as an investment should be viewed as a mid to long term hold (5 years +). Investing in any product we offer is not authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. That means you will not have the protection of the Financial Ombudsman Service or the Financial Services Compensation Scheme. If you are unsure about purchasing any product as an investment, you should seek independent financial advice.

 

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