Tag: Fine Wine

Clearing out the cellar

In a new post our Cellar Plan Manager Tom Cave emphasises the importance of not just building, but enjoying, ones cellar – withdrawing wines from storage, savouring their development, and enjoying them before their peak drinking window has somehow passed you by. Autumn and the season’s longer evenings prompt a need to review ones wine […]

Secondary statistics: Italy and Spain

Following on from our report on the secondary market for Burgundy, Fine Wine Sales Manager Matthew Tipping takes a look at sales of fine wine from Spain and Italy on BBX, our wine broking exchange; identifying the vintages, regions and producers most in demand. Diversification in the fine wine market has been a significant trend […]

Secondary statistics: Burgundy

In our first piece inspecting current trends in the secondary market, Fine Wine Sales Manager Matthew Tipping reports on the facts and figures for fine Burgundy, with tips on the producers most in demand on our online wine-broking platform, BBX. Our broking exchange, BBX, has grown and grown since its launch in 2010. Today it […]

A wine’s worth

Following a dinner littered with wines from the world’s greatest producers, Gareth Birchley – Fine Wine Buyer for Asia – discusses the value of the bottles cherished by wine-lovers. As a wine merchant it is easy to become disillusioned with the value of wine. We are a fortunate breed that is often privileged enough to […]