Tag: Fine Wine

Wine investment in Asia

In Wine Matters’ next installment on Wine Investment, Nicholas Pegna, Managing Director of Berrys’ in Hong Kong, talks about the growing fine wine market in Asia, what customers need to consider when investing, and as the current and emerging trends. If you have any questions or comments for Nick or our team, then let us […]

What a difference a year makes

Joss Fowler looks at wine investment over the last year This time last year was about the time that fear hit the fine wine market.  We had seemed immune from the wider travails of the economy – 10 cases of 2000 Ch. Lafite-Rothschild selling at Christie’s for a shade under £11,000 per case just days […]

Wine Matters on: Wine Investment

For those of you who have been following Wine Matters’ blog posts, you will remember that many-a discussion was created around the topic of biodynamics.  Please keep these comments coming as we move on to a new subject: Wine Investment.  We will be kicking this theme off with a post from Joss Fowler, one of […]

Fine Wine Market Update

The Fine Wine Market enjoyed an eagerly anticipated boom from late 2005.  Prices had been somewhat flat for a couple of years and the top wines, particularly those from the 1996 & 2000 Bordeaux vintages, were beginning to look exceptionally cheap.  By early 2006 the bull was up and running, fed by massive demand from […]