LeVinum makes investing in wines as comfortable as possible for you. We have highlighted two separate filters.
Classical investments mean wines that are world class and a must for every wine investor. It also means lower risk and stable returns.
Rising stars mean wines that have recently shown rapid growth in popularity and price. So, while they are higher risk, they may show some amazing growth in your portfolio.
Example of a wine price fluctuation for an investor:
Below you can see the Chateau Nenin 2000 price fluctuation chart over past two decades. In 2000 the price for a 12 bottle case was 450 pounds, in 2010 when the price was at it's peak the case cost 890 pounds. If an investor had bought the bottle in 2000 and sold it in 2010 then asset value raise is about 200%.
Of course it is important to keep in mind that a price of different wines acts differently. This is why we are here to keep you informed about the latest trends in the market.