UKV PLC wines have unique features that make them a viable investment opportunity for investors from all walks of life. When wines are stored for some time they appreciate in value and become rarer. Wines become more desirable, expensive and rarer because they advance with age. For example, Bordeaux seconds commands around 600% of their value as per 2003.
UKV PLC has a team of fine wine consultants who have years of experience in guiding people on how to find the best wines for special events or/and investment. If you can manage to keep your collection corked properly for a few years, you’ll get surprised at the returns on investment. Here are reasons why you should invest in UKV PLC wines.
Scarcity of investment opportunities
Since the Brexit, various investment opportunities have been affected due to the weakening of the pound. For instance, the price of properties in London, Paris, and Frankfurt have incredibly dropped creating a gloomy outlook. Fine wine investment hasn’t been affected even in such uncertain times in most markets. Interestingly, fine wine investment opportunities have outpaced stocks markets, art and gold by securing the top return bracket within the last twenty years. Financial advisers and planners are encouraging their clients to channel their resources towards their wine cellars.
The frenzy about drinking and investing in wine has tripled in various parts of the world such as Russia, India, China and other parts of Europe. These emerging global markets have transformed the market trends and passion for wines. Notably, Chinese urbanites bought over 1.8 billion bottles of wine in 2013 surpassing France’s place as the fine wine market leader.
Starting a Wine Collection
Getting advice and investment tips from professional consultants from UKV PLC, who understand the market dynamics is imperative for first-time wine investors. For instance, the UKV PLC’s experienced consultants will advise you to invest a minimum of around 10,000 pounds on one case of Burgundy or Rhone instead of investing in several cases of a wine of substandard quality.
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