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– Best back vintage to invest in? -
19th February 2010
the methodology of buying fine wine for investment, it seems to
point the investor in the direction of one particular vintage:
With the market driven so heavily by the Asian Hub, I would still recommend to the investor concentrating on the three wines which have proven so popular in Hong Kong and China (Lafite, Mouton and Latour). As the table above shows, the 1996 vintage of these three wines meet the criteria of the perfect investment wine.
With availability of the 2008 vintages becoming more scarce (in particular Lafite 2008), and with the 2009 campaign right around the corner, for the investor looking for a physical stock there isn’t a better choice than the 1996’s.
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