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The diversification that investment fine wine
The diversification that investment fine wine provides to investors should be seen as its …

Whisky Investing

The Age Statement of Whisky
Age StatementKnowing the age of your whisky is very important. Whisky's tend to increase in price exponentially as …
Whisky Bottle Investing vs Cask Investing
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The Chemistry of Whisky: how it’s made?
Whisky is one of the world’s most popular spirits, and comes in many different classes, types and flavours. …
Fine Wine performance through COVID-19
It’s no secret that fine wine is a remarkably stable asset, one that any investor should consider adding …

Fine Wine Investing

The diversification that investment fine wine
The diversification that investment fine wine provides to investors should be seen as its …
Fine Wine performance through COVID-19
It’s no secret that fine wine is a remarkably stable asset, one that any …

Investing Tips

Top 2020 Wines – Vintages to Look Out For!
The Chateau du Moulin-a-Vent, Champ de Cour, 2017. This is a Beaujolais that smothers with some serious strength …

About UKV International

UKV International AG offer guidance and advice on how to enter the fine wine market as an alternative investment strategy.

Buying fine wine for investing is based on the premise that a high grade wine is produced in a finite quantity, and, was it’s being consumed, the wine will then appreciate in value as it becomes more rare.

Since the early 19th century, fine wine has been traded as a commodity, but it wasn’t until the 1970’s that it became a global trading entity.

Emerging markets developed from Asia and USA, aswell as the French Bordeaux region gaining a slice of the wine market. Looking back at the period between 1970 to 2000, history reflects a fairly reliable up and down cycle, every ten years or so.

The wine investment market in 2020 is dominated by the red wines of Bordeaux, Burgundy, Champagne and more recently the finest wines of Italien Tuscany and Piedmont. (The Super Tuscans). Herein, the Italian fine wines has risen by 70% in value in the first seven months of 2020.