EFWines pride themselves on bringing you a diverse portfolio of Europe's most collectable wines
In recent times there’s been an explosion in the popularity of fine wine collecting demonstrating the long term growth within the wine market.
Unlike the property & stock markets which have proven to be highly volatile, the wine market is much less susceptible to economic change or interest rates. One great advantage of wine over other kinds of collectables, is that the available supply of the premium grade vintages is strictly limited.
Fine wine is classed as a “wasting asset” so there are interesting Capital Gains and Income Tax advantages we would like to discuss with you. All wines are kept “in bond”, so VAT or duty will not be paid on it either!
Growth potential is high when collecting wine, providing the right vintages are chosen. Just like any high value purchase, expert advice is essential. As a leading London wine merchant and specialists in Bordeaux fine wine, including en primeur, the EFWines team of expert account managers are on hand to offer advice and support to ensure you get the best start to your wine collection.
Contact our fine wine team to find out how we can help build your collections
What EFWines clients are saying...
A remarkable success making gains of over 30% tax free - I was contacted by EFWines in September 2008, they convinced me that fine wine was a better option than the stock market, so I took their advice. This has been remarkable success making gains of over 30% tax free. My thanks to Sebastian Woolf and his team. - G Nash
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Square Mile Magazine
1998 : The Year That Was - With other vintages vying for your attention, 1998 has not had the credit it deserves
The Market - Wine NEWS
Investors have been turning to alternative assets such as fine wine in recent months to diversify their portfolios and hedge against the threat of inflation. Fine wine has had a strong run this year, with the Liv-ex Fine Wine 100, the leading industry benchmark, rising 5.6 per cent since the start of the year and many experts are predicting a sustained bull run for wine. read the article here
Recent Trades (GBP)
|DRC Assortment 2010 (15x75)||£40,000|
|DRC Assortment 2007 (6x75)||£12,000|
|Mouton Rothschild 1998 (12x75)||£4,500|
|Haut Brion 1998 (12x75)||£4,000|
|Lafite Rothschild 2012 (6x75)||£2,200|
|Romanee Conti 2007 (3x75)||£21,000|
|L'Eglise Clinet 2012 (6x75)||£900|
|Mouton Rothschild 2003 (6x150)||£4,000|
|Lynch Bages 2000 (12x75)||£2,200|
|Trotanoy 2009 (12x75)||£2,600|
|Trotanoy 2009 (6x75)||£1,300|
Last Updated at: 6th June 2013
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