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Fine Wine Investments have achieved a 120% return over the past decade

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Why Does fine wine Make a good investment?

Fine wine was named as one of the best performing asset classes by Knight Frank¹, achieving growth of 120% in just a decade. What are the key factors that make wine such an attractive investment?

Fine wine offers stability in times of uncertainty

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Moncharm Wine Traders was founded in 2010 as a bespoke fine wine merchant. Our aim is to connect both wine collectors and investors to the most sought after brands and vintages in the wine world. Fine and rare wines are a commodity like no other and our knowledge and enthusiasm are at the heart of everything we do. We foster a spirit of engagement with our clients to develop their awareness whilst enjoying the process of collecting fine wines.

reasons to consider Fine Wine Investments

Investing in fine wine is by no means a new way of generating a return. Over the last decade fine wine investment has increased due to its ability to outperform established financial markets and commodities – even gold over the medium to long term. The success of fine wines is a simple question of supply and demand and as wine is a tangible asset, the link between the financial markets and the fine wine market is relatively minimal.

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Proven Performance

Investing in fine wine is by no means a new way of generating a return. Over the last decade fine wine investment has increased due to its ability to outperform established financial markets and commodities.

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Uncorrelated to Markets

The success of fine wines is a simple question of supply and demand and as wine is a tangible asset, the link between the financial markets and the fine wine market is relatively minimal.

¹ The Knight Frank Wealth Report 2020 published 10 year performance figures of alternative assets including wine. The Knight Frank Fine Wine Icons Index was shown to have increased in value by 120% in the last decade. Source ² Information provided without warranty. Tax treatment is subject to HMRC guidelines – we recommend that you get your own expert tax advice for your specific situation. As with all investments, previous performance is no guarantee of future performance. There is no initial fee or on-going management fee to use our fine wine investment service and you are under no obligation to proceed with the purchase by making an enquiry.

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