Wine Investments

Investing in the right wine can be a great investment, with great returns!

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Wine Investments

For some, wine isn't just a drink. It can be a good investment on which you can see great returns.

The demand for fine wine has rocketed in the last 20 years. Prices for fine wine has followed suit and has increased enormously over the last two decades.

Wine can, and often has, outperformed the FTSE 100 and the Dow Jones, offering significant returns. Fine wine is a long-term investment (think: years). Savvy wine investors understand that in order to see massive returns they need to flex a little patience.

This is down to the laws of supply and demand. These simple laws contribute to fine wine’s consistent performance as one of the best performing alternative assets.

Supply – Each wine vintage is unique. Once it’s produced, that’s it. Another bottle cannot be made. In fact, the supply will only decrease as people consume the wine over time.

Demand – Because most people buy wine when it’s ready to consume, consumers will pay a premium for fine wine. That makes wine a “buy low, sell high” asset.

Prestige – Prestige is fuel to demand’s fire. It’s why legendary estates like Domaine Leroy and Domaine de la Romanée-Conti command $30,000+ per bottle.

Our services

We can offer sound independent advice whether you want to invest in wine or want to get a return from your previous investments.

We are constantly looking for new wines and are interested in purchasing quality fine wines that have been well cellared.

Please contact us if you have fine wines to sell on 01 6745731 or by email at sales@thecorkscrew.ie

If you have wine stored in Bond in the UK and would like to bring it back to Ireland, please contact Paul Foley on 01 6745731 or by email at sales@thecorkscrew.ie


Your Chance To Invest - 2022 Bordeaux En Primeur Report.


As you may know, Peter and James travelled to Bordeaux for the En Primeur tastings. Over the three days they spent in Bordeaux, they visited 29 different Chateaux and tasted nearly 200 different wines. Yes, it's a hard job, but somebody has to do it. Thankfully their palettes survived the ordeal, and they returned very optimistic, like so many other wine merchants that they met on their travels.

By all reports, the general consensus is that 2022 will indeed go down as an exceptional vintage. This year, there is much more optimism, but a smaller crop than usual will significantly reduce allocations. They have compiled a detailed review of the tastings and a list of wines we wish to invest in for the shop. It has taken a while to arrange, so thank you for your patience.

If you are interested in any of the wines or any from another Chateau, please let us know, and we will endeavour to meet all your requirements. Due to the success of the wines and the reduction in yields, early ordering is advised. We will not support exaggerated price increases, but they are approximately 10% higher than last year.

The Full Report Can Be Found On THIS LINK

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