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Even though 2022 was marred by an extended era of instability and insecurity, 88% or nearly 9 out of 10 Indian ultra-high-net-worth individuals (UHNWIs) saw their wealth grow during that year.
A small vintage means Burgundy lovers are likely to see lower release volumes overall in the latest en primeur campaign, particularly for white wines, merchants have said.
The graph below measures the volatility of the FTSE 100 in comparison to the Livex Fine Wine 50 which tracks the 10 most recent physical vintages of the Bordeaux first growths.
The secondary fine wine market has reached new heights over the past two years but as prices continue to rise, where should investors look?
There has been plenty of activity in the American market over June, especially those wines coming from the heart of California.
Strong buyer demand for prestige cuvée Champagne has continued in the early months of 2022, with more price rises for top labels on the secondary market, say merchants and analysts.
The sustained ascent of the indices demonstrates the resilience of the fine wine market against various global headwinds.
Fine wine continues its upwards trajectory, with the Knight Frank Luxury Investment Index reporting a 16% increase in wine investment across 2021.
The Liv-ex Fine Wine 100 index rose 23.1% in 2021, outperforming gold and the FTSE 100. The industry benchmark has been trending upwards since May 2020, with the fine wine market continuously breaking records.
Wine collectors are stepping up their efforts to secure some of the world’s greatest wines before global warming wipes them out.
Prices in the fine wine market have been increasing across all major regions in 2021, according to a new report by Liv-ex.
Fine wine prices rose across all regions in November, during what is now the market’s longest bull-run in history.
The California 50 tracks five of the state’s leading labels: Harlan, Ridge, Dominus, Screaming Eagle and Opus One.
Price gains for top vintage Champagnes have been a key trend on the fine wine market in recent weeks, suggests new data, following on from a good performance in the first half of the year.
Italy has become a ‘dominant force’ on the fine wine market, with the country’s previously under-represented regions rising in importance on the secondary market, according to global fine wine marketplace Liv-ex.
Fine wine has outperformed other luxury goods, from expensive cars to watches, as an investment prospect over the past year, shows new data.