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Overview of the benefits and risks of alternative assets

Overview of the benefits and risks of alternative assets

Detailed statistical analysis of fine wine’s track record and market dynamics

Detailed statistical analysis of fine wine’s track record and market dynamics

Discussion of real assets’ suitability for the current environment

Discussion of real assets’ suitability for the current environment

Model portfolios of different alternative asset allocations

Model portfolios of different alternative asset allocations

Within the guide you will find:

Within the guide you will find:

Why Invest in Wine?:

Why Invest in Wine?:

Simply put, wine investors see ROI (return on investment) by capitalising on the age-old balance of supply and demand. While billions of litres of wine are produced worldwide every year, not all wine is created equal. Great vintages and highly sought-after bottles from the likes of Bordeaux and Burgundy are being bought all the time, leaving diminishing amounts available. Decreasing supply leads to increased demand, which pushes up prices. 

Add into the mix the fact that many wines improve – and therefore become more desirable – with age, which further increases demand as supplies continue to dwindle. Those in possession of prized wines are then able to sell them on for an often very handsome profit.

There is, of course, a difference between wines purchased in supermarkets and off-licenses, and investment-grade wines that come from the most esteemed winemakers in the world. As such, determining a wine’s value involves a number of factors, such as the brand, vintage quality, availability and scores from critics. 

Seasoned collectors with a wealth of wine investment experience may be able to identify lucrative buying opportunities themselves, but many will engage the services of a trusted wine investment company, such as Cult Wines, which uses quantitive and qualitive analysis to determine which wines are in line for a price growth, or are currently undervalued and represent strong investment potential.

Simply put, wine investors see ROI (return on investment) by capitalising on the age-old balance of supply and demand. While billions of litres of wine are produced worldwide every year, not all wine is created equal. Great vintages and highly sought-after bottles from the likes of Bordeaux and Burgundy are being bought all the time, leaving diminishing amounts available. Decreasing supply leads to increased demand, which pushes up prices. 

Add into the mix the fact that many wines improve – and therefore become more desirable – with age, which further increases demand as supplies continue to dwindle. Those in possession of prized wines are then able to sell them on for an often very handsome profit.

There is, of course, a difference between wines purchased in supermarkets and off-licenses, and investment-grade wines that come from the most esteemed winemakers in the world. As such, determining a wine’s value involves a number of factors, such as the brand, vintage quality, availability and scores from critics. 

Seasoned collectors with a wealth of wine investment experience may be able to identify lucrative buying opportunities themselves, but many will engage the services of a trusted wine investment company, such as Cult Wines, which uses quantitive and qualitive analysis to determine which wines are in line for a price growth, or are currently undervalued and represent strong investment potential.

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