Californian fine wine has certainly cemented its place on the global market, it is the second most expensive fine wine region based on the average price of its leading estates. This report explores its development, identifies opportunities, and discusses the sustainability of its secondary market success.
How U.S. wine businesses buy and sell on the global market
Today, nearly one third of all purchasing on the global marketplace for wine is driven by U.S. wine businesses, up from just 1% in 2011. This report seeks to demystify the global fine wine marketplace and explain how wine businesses across America can take advantage of the increasing number of opportunities it presents.
Wall Street Meets Wine – How Technology is Enabling Wine Investment, Buying, & Selling
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Introduction to fine wine investment
This report outlines how investing in fine wine works in practice and the key trends that have defined the market over the past 20 years.
- How to access the market, and what are the costs involved?
- What are the biggest wine investment trends?
- What role does Liv-ex play?
The Fine Wine Market in 2021
The report analyses the key themes that shaped the secondary market for fine wine in 2021.
- Fine Wine outperformed FTSE100 and gold.
- Bordeaux trade dips but First Growth share rises.
- Champagne is the top-performing region.