Investors interested in investing in wine should keep in mind that not all Bordeaux clarets have been performing well on the Liv-ex exchange so far this year.
London, UK (PRWEB) February 27, 2013
Investor portal iNVEZZ today released a commentary looking at the rising prices of some top Bordeaux wines on the Liv-ex fine wine exchange in London, with the gains suggesting a recovery in the fine wine market and a better climate for investing in wine.
In its article, the investors’ portal comments on the recent performance of Chateau Latour’s 2010 vintage which changed hands for £10,994 on the Liv-ex fine wine market, the highest level for the Premier Cru Pauillac wine in 16 months. iNVEZZ notes market commentary to the effect that the observed rise is indicative of heightened buying interest across a wider group of Bordeaux wines.
The iNVEZZ commentary then goes on to consider some other signs of recovery in the market for fine wines, suggesting a better environment for investing in wine, compared with the fine wine market decline observed in 2012. The article also quotes The Wine Investment Fund as forecasting that the Liv-ex Fine Wine 100 index, which represents the price movement of 100 of the most sought-after fine wines on the secondary market, has a better than even chance of rising 14 percent this year.
iNVEZZ nevertheless suggests that investors interested in investing in wine should keep in mind that not all Bordeaux clarets have been performing well on the Liv-ex exchange so far this year. As an illustration, the portal points to Chateaux D'Yquem 2008 Sauternes, a case of which
recently sold for a record-low of £1,430.
The iNVEZZ commentary can be found in the alternative investments section of the portal’s news coverage, which presents investors with timely information on current happenings in the investment world. In addition to news, iNVEZZ features in-depth analysis on topical investment issues, providing insights into a range of investment products and markets.
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