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Lafite Rothschild 2006



Wine: Lafite Rothschild 2006
Year: 2006
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RPJ Score: 97
Wine Description: A dry red blend from Pauillac. One of the most famous wine names on the planet. This 1st growth carries enormous weight as one of the best wines to drink and as an investment. 2003 was known to be one of the best wines ever made! These wines will drive up to £50,000 a case in their lifespan when they hit the spot with the critics. The winery dates back to the 14th century in name, but it was the 17th century where the winery grew in fame as a fantastic maker of wine
 
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Updated: 07/07/10

This vintage of Lafite is currently very undervalued in the market, and this is because recently a major stockholder in the US – Diageo Chateau & Estate Wines liquidated their Lafite 2006 stock onto the European market in 2009. Previously it has already been trading at over £5500 a case, and considering it has been scored 97 pts by Robert Parker is comparatively cheap when Lafite 2005 (96 pts) trades at £10500 per case and Lafite 1998 (98pts) trades at over £6500. In the last 6 months, price has jumped up over £2000 as the market reacted to this situation and it is definitely a wine you need to buy on the up, because over the next 2-3 years it should grow in value and has the potential to return over 50%. Furthermore, there isn’t a safer and more secure bet when it comes to wine than a Lafite Rothschild – because of its desirability and status in the Asian Hub.

This is one of the hottest investments there currently is in the Fine Wine market, we are being cautious when predicting a 50% return when it could easily make returns of 100% over the next 3 years.

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This vintage of Lafite is currently very undervalued in the market, and this is because recently a major stockholder in the US – Diageo Chateau & Estate Wines liquidated their Lafite 2006 stock onto the European market. Previously it has already been trading at over £5500 a case, and considering it has been scored 97 pts by Robert Parker is comparatively cheap when Lafite 2005 (96 pts) trades at £8000 per case and Lafite 1998 (98pts) trades at £6000. In the last 4 weeks, price has jumped up over £300 as the market reacts to this situation and it is definitely a wine you need to buy on the up, because over the next 2-3 years it should grow in value and has the potential to return over 50%. Furthermore, there isn’t a safer and more secure bet when it comes to wine than a Lafite Rothschild – because of its desirability and status in the Asian Hub.

This is one of the hottest investments there currently is in the Fine Wine market, we are being cautious when predicting a 50% return when it could easily make returns of 100% over the next 3 years. But emphasis needs to be placed on getting in early, as with any market prices move quickly and this wine has already gone up over £300 in the last 4 weeks and with Chinese New Year around the corner as well as investment funds picking up 2006 vintages, there could be at least £500-£1000 to be made in the next two months. When an opportunity comes along like this you really need to act upon it to get the most growth possible.

   
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