Private investors invest in luxury wines. Institutional investors not only invest in luxury wines, but also in entire wineries and Chateaux.
Although investing in fine wines is considered an alternative investment, it is slowly but surely moving into the financial mainstream. While the majority of private investors still consider cases of fine wines a safe haven, institutional investors, especially hedge funds and financial institutions, are investing in entire wineries.
Naturally, the top Chateaux and premier wineries, especially in the Bordeaux region are not for sale. However, the smaller wineries which may not be able to match the industry leaders in terms of pricing or prestige seem to be a very profitable investment for institutional investors.
With numerous institutional investors and financial establishments securing these lucrative avenues to profit, Bordeaux Traders now offers the following:
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