Did you know the following about Fine Wine Investment?
- Since the 1950's Fine Wine has shown an average of 1% compound interest per month
- Over the past 25 years, Fine Wine Investments have out-performed other traditional investment vehicles, including the FTSE 100
- The Fine Wine market has proven to show near-zero correlation to other economic trends as well as low volatility
- Due to the attraction of tax-efficient properties, including Capital Gains Tax, Fine wine Investments is now recognised as an asset class of its own
- From 1950 to 1985 the Vintage Claret Index average annual compound return of 15.2% *
- From 1983 to 2002 the Fine Wine Index average annual compound growth of 12.3% **
- From 2006 to 2011 (November to November), the Liv-ex 100 Index delivered 67.98 ***
- Liv-Ex Fine Wine 50 Index rose 57% in 2010 ***
- Liv-Ex Fine Wine 100 Index rose 37.5% in 2010 ***
- From 2001 to 2011 (December to December), the Liv-Ex Fine Wine 100 Index delivered 202.13% ***
|Source:||* "The Successful Investor". 1988 (Robin Duthy)|
|** "Wine Investment for Portfolio Diversification". 2005 (Manesh Kumar)|
Traditionally, the demand by investors and consumers has been firmly established amongst North American and European countries. However, emerging markets have now carried the Fine Wine Investment market into a Global Phenomenon.