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Chilean fine wine Seña launches landmark library vintage

One of Chile’s most famous fine wines, Seña, today released a historic and landmark vintage from its cellars via La Place de Bordeaux. The wine, from the 2009 vintage, sold for €90 ex-negociant and comes in a handcrafted box made from lenga, a popular Chilean wood from southern Patagonia. Not …

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Wine investment platform Vint launches three NFTs on behalf of Emmitt-Scorsone for auction

RICHMOND, Virginia–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Vint, the first qualified, fully transparent and efficient wine and spirits investment platform, today announced the release of three individual non-fungible tokens (NFTs) in collaboration with Emmitt-Scorsone, producer of Judge Palmer, Domenica Amato, and Emmitt-Scorsone wines. The offering marks the first NFT offered by a Sonoma-based winery and …

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Valley Wine and Provisions Shop has a little something for every palate.

Far Away Wine and Provisions at 3031 East Indian School Road has almost single-handedly beaten the pandemic, at least when it comes to new places to enjoy life guilt-free. Of all the joints that have sprung up since our world changed, this killer place for wine, beer, food and music …

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Drinks to Help You Lower Your Alcohol Units | Wine

IIf you’re simply having a wet January, rather than a dry one – that is, you’re cutting back instead of cutting back – you may well be more attracted to low-alcohol beverages than non-alcoholic beverages, that I talked about last week. When it comes to wine, at least, there’s plenty …

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Boisset adds Rutherford’s Elizabeth Spencer cellar to his family collection

Advertising The acquisition includes Elizabeth Spencer’s Rutherford destination, a wine portfolio and tasting room located in a historic 1872 post office building on Rutherford Cross Road ST. HELENA, CA (December 8e, 2021) – The Boisset family today announced the addition of Elizabeth Spencer Winery in Rutherford, Napa Valley to their …

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Red China: Upcoming Wineries Recognized

YINCHUAN, China, November 2 (Reuters) – Chinese winemaker Legacy Peak, which started producing grapes more or less by accident in 1997, symbolizes the rapid growth of an industry that is now winning accolades in global markets, but who has already almost given up. “We wanted to pull up all the …

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Demeine Estates celebrates its first anniversary

Advertising The Napa Valley-based, family-owned importer has grown into one of the fastest growing fine wine sales and marketing companies in the industry. Napa Valley, California (October 19, 2021) – Demeine Estates, a fine wine merchant from Napa Valley, is proud to celebrate one year since launching its product portfolio. …

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Banfi: America’s Gift to Italian Wine

Traditionally, Italians have emigrated to the United States, but for a New York family, that’s another story. Cristina Mariani-May is the daughter of John Mariani, who together with her brother Harry founded the Banfi wine brand in the 1970s with the purchase of the former Poggio alle Mura estate in …

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This is why Sonoma County is best visited in the fall

The fall season marks the start of the harvest season in the Sonoma wine country, and it’s one of the most exciting times to visit. Bike rides with views of the fiery fall foliage, grape-stomping competitions, an accordion festival, and learning about winemaking are all reasons to visit Sonoma County, …

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W. & J. Graham’s unveils a new look for Six Grapes

Publicity Leading Port House Unveils Confident, Contemporary New Look For Its Iconic Reserve Port SAN FRANCISCO, California, June 30, 2021 – The house of Porto leader W. & J. Graham’s has redesigned the packaging of its Port Reserve of Six Raisins with a contemporary look inspired by the famous history …

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Investing in fine wines: underlying assets

Fine Wine investment advisers often talk about the asynchronicity of the fine wine market with other traditional markets, and this year has certainly confirmed that. One of the things professional investors do is weigh potential return against perceived risk, and one of the key risk factors in that analysis is …

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The world’s richest buy fine wine and Hermès handbags

In 2020, the world’s ultra-rich population was growing, with China leading the way. These very wealthy people have been found to invest in fine wines and Hermes handbags. According to the latest wealth report announced by world-renowned real estate agency Knight Frank and real estate broker Douglas Elliman, the ultra-wealthy …

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Former CEO of Vanguard Canada launches service for Canadian retail investors to buy fine wines

Atul Tiwari, CEO of Cult Wines Canada, with a selection of fine wines on April 8, 2021.Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail After a two-year hiatus from Bay Street, former Vanguard Canada CEO Atul Tiwari is raising his glass to a new joint venture with UK-based Cult Wine Ltd. which will …

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Good wine develops in an “unusual” year

Despite the turmoil surrounding it, the fine wine market has thrived in 2020, with the sector adapting quickly in the face of difficult circumstances and accelerating an already established pattern of change that leaves it a very different place than it was. half a decade ago. . As recently covered …

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db meeting: Matthew O’Connell from Bordeaux Index

What areas should investors look to this year for a strong return? Bordeaux is very attractive at the moment and has a lot of momentum in the market, despite the fact that a lot of noise last year was about other regions. In Bordeaux, there are investment opportunities in Premiers …

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Invest in the right wine to diversify and reduce the risks of your portfolio

Investing in fine wine is both enjoyable and highly rewarding, providing the opportunity to explore, understand and own some of the finest luxury goods in the world. The historical performance of fine wines has led many investors to view them as a tangible alternative asset that can be used to …

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In Brief: How the Pandemic Has Affected the Mid-Level of Fine Wines

While luxury brands and entry-level brands have seen strong non-retail sales over the past year, James Lawrence explores how the pandemic has affected the mid-tier of fine wines. San Leonardo in Trentino is doing well in the middle segment of fine wines In October 2020, Swiss bank UBS released a …

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Investing in people, investing in the future

NEW YORK, January 27, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Banville Wine Merchants welcomed 2021 with a strong investment in people, affirming its commitment to continued growth. At January 18and, the family business established in 2004, has announced several internal promotions as well as two new additions to the organization. In the wake …

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Investors develop a thirst for fine Spanish wines

With Liv-ex reporting that 2020 has been its best year yet for the Spanish wine trade, James Lawrence investigates whether investors are starting to develop a thirst for the best drops in the country. “To contemplate is to look at shadows”, said Victor Hugo. And like the protagonist of Hugo’s …

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Investing in wine – a taste of how to get started

WC Fields claimed to cook with wine on a regular basis, even occasionally adding it to food. However, wine is no laughing matter for investors. Its transformation from a merry hobby into a more serious mix of investing arguably began in the mid-1980s, when the prices of fine wine began …

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Beyond Bordeaux and Burgundy, what else should you invest in right now?

Asian comics spoke with Kevin Cheng, Senior Managing Director of Kaigai Fine Wine Asia, for his thoughts on investing in fine wines and which regions to watch on your radar. 2020 is a year marked by eventful events. However, this does not appear to affect the global wine auction market …

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Wine Experts Explain How 2020 Highlights New Wine Regions

wine estate in Chile Getty 2020 has not been easy for the wine world. To list a few obstacles: a world of closed bars. A global pandemic. Climate change. California and Oregon are facing the most destructive wildfire season in history. In this ongoing series, we speak with major players …

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Oeno appoints Almudena Alberca MW as brand ambassador for Spain

Wine investment firm Oeno has appointed Almudena Alberca MW, Spain’s first female Master of Wine, as its brand ambassador for Spain. Alberca became a Master of Wine in 2018, balancing the notoriously demanding MW program with full-time work as a winemaker. His resume includes a stint at the Cénit winery …

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Investment in fine wine: An opportunity for Italy?

It has been a long time coming but now we are able to introduce the great POTUS into our weekly column, for at last its tentacles have extended into an area that concerns us directly. As all investment advisors should be, at Amphora we are politically agnostic. As with any …

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Former Vanguard Canada CEO blows the cork in new venture

After leaving Vanguard, Tiwari was working on a thesis aimed at bringing investors to certain asset classes they don’t typically have access to. But the incorporation of private equity or real estate into this vehicle, for example, has raised liquidity and cost issues. Going this route, he wondered why there …

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Investment App Rally features stocks of some of the best wines in the world

There is the Domaine De La Romanée-Conti 2014”, describes Petrozo. “12 bottles at $54,000 at $54 per … [+] to share. (Photo credit should read FRANCOIS GUILLOT/AFP via Getty Images) AFP via Getty Images Can’t afford to fill your cellar with Domaine de la Romanée Conti? Today, alternative investment platform …

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Cult Wines expands its global footprint with the launch of a Canadian office ahead of Bordeaux 2020 En Primeur

TORONTO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Cult Wines, the world’s leading fine wine investment company, today announced the opening of its first Canadian office which continues the company’s global expansion efforts in North America after having successfully opened several offices in Asia. This decision will allow Canadian investors to have better access to the world …

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Why California Offers Great Wine Investment Potential

A handful of top California labels in recent great vintages have been flagged for investment potential by wine merchant Bordeaux Index, and here’s why. Although the expected returns for fine wine investors should be highest in the Grands Crus of Burgundy and the Premiers Crus of Bordeaux as well as …

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Could wine be a safer option in a turbulent stock market?

Justin Knock, Master of Wine at Oenofuture, explains how investing in wine can provide a safe and profitable alternative to the overheated US stock market IInvestors have enjoyed remarkable 12-month success from the depths of the pandemic bear market, and are now wondering where the markets can go from here. …

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Investing in fine wines: sit back

Quite naturally, we’ve had a lot of questions recently about how much resistance we might expect from fine wine prices in the current investment environment. We have watched with great interest the sharp rise in the price of gold over the past eight months in response to what appeared to …

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Good wine is increasingly a sound investment – Robb Report

The number one rule of investing is not to lose money – “buy high, sell low” is rarely the route to financial success. This is, according to one investment strategist, what makes the fine wine market a safe and ideal space for investors looking for stability in their portfolios. “Historical …

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Buyers who love fine Burgundy fear a speculative bubble

January 5, 2019 EVERY YEAR Berry Bros & Rudd, Britain’s oldest wine merchant, publishes a pocket price list. Reading old copies makes fans of quality quaff want to travel back in time. In 1909, a 12-bottle case of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti 1891, Burgundy’s most famous Grands Crus, cost 180 …

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Liquid assets: why is it time to start investing in whiskey?

Rare whiskey has seen its asset value increase by 564% over the past 10 years. Photo by Dylan de Jonge via Unsplash When markets are volatile, investors tend to invest capital in “safe havens,” asset classes that typically resist during times of turmoil. These are the usual suspects – gold, …

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