Much like rare whisky, the Fine Wine market has an impressive performance history. It beats almost every other major financial index over the past two decades – it’s easy to see why so many collectors and wealth managers are backing the bottles in their portfolios.
Fine wine has also proven to be less volatile than financial markets and less susceptible to market downturns, making it a favourable and popular hedge against recession, inflation and currency devaluation. While other collectors endure dips, ours enjoy sips as their portfolios diversify and grow.
Some of the world’s wealthiest collectors bring fine wine into their portfolios because it reduces risk while offering promising returns year on year. It’s an asset that outperforms classic cars, art, watches, antiques and more. There are no signs of it stopping.
Demand is set to continue to grow exponentially, supported heavily by burgeoning interest from Asia. 99% of all wine produced globally is not considered to be investment grade, so this is a genuine opportunity to be part of a 1% club where desirability and stability are permanent fixtures.