How to Invest?
The Elite Wine & Whisky process
This video outlines the process of investing with Elite Wine & Whisky. We walk you through each stage ensuring you have the relevant education before exploring our services further.
Why Invest With Us?
As fine wine is defined as an asset class its primary objective is to safeguard investors capital in the event of market downturns.
After a consultation with our qualified traders, a bespoke portfolio is constructed around your criteria. We then provide the acquisition, maintenance and exit strategy.
Fine wine has outperformed every other major financial index over the past two decades. Historically it has shown little correlation to mainstream assets, making it a prime candidate for diversification in uncertain economic climates.
With increasing demand from China and other BRIC nations and the confidence coming from investors looking for safe havens, the growth rate of global demand is set to increase dramatically over the next 12 months.
Frequently Asked Questions
There is no minimum investment level required to use our services, and we can tailor portfolios to suit almost any level of investment. However, we advise clients that to get started you need to invest a minimum of £10,000. Once an account is open clients are free to top up and add to their portfolio without any restrictions.
Your wine will be stored in an HMRC regulated storage facility called EHD. Your wines are kept at optimum levels ensuring you get the best price possible upon exit.
Wines are selected for a tailored strategy based upon the individuals terms of investment. Liquidity, time scale and risk profile.
You are not tied into a specific length of time investing into wine. However, to maximise on the profit potential we recommend to hold for a minimum of 3-5 years.
We charge a 5% fee upon entrance to the market, and a 5% fee from the profits generated on the exit. It is therefore in our best interest to make our clients a return.
Yes, the bonded warehouse insurance covers the asset to full replacement value. The price for insurance is £10 for a half case (6x75cl) case and £20 for a full case (12x75cl).