Viewing entries posted in November 2013

View full post titled - 'Mouton 2000 Price Creeping up to 2011 Level'

Mouton 2000 Price Creeping up to 2011 Level

The 2000 vintage of Mouton Rothschild is climbing up close to its record 2011 level of over £10,000 a case. Liv-ex revealed a price tag of £10,300 a case, just £100 away from its mid-2011 high, after having experienced a price slump like most other Bordeaux in the intervening two years.

Posted by Helen Tate on 25 November 2013

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View full post titled - 'Investing in Wine Videos With Tom Gearing'

Investing in Wine Videos With Tom Gearing

Cult Wines Co-Director Tom Gearing features in a series of comprehensive videos that detail the fundamental aspects of Investing in Wine.
From the history of wine investment; an overview of the market, the influence of the Far East, emerging markets, whether or not investing is for you, through to the tax benefits of investing.

Posted by Helen Tate on 25 November 2013

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View full post titled - 'The French PM to Auction off Wine Collection'

The French PM to Auction off Wine Collection

Following the Élysée Palace’s decision to sell off part of its wine cellar, the country’s PM will take the same course of action in December.

Posted by Helen Tate on 25 November 2013

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View full post titled - ' Mouton Reveals French Artist for the 2011 Vintage Label '

Mouton Reveals French Artist for the 2011 Vintage Label

Chateau Mouton Rothschild have selected a French painter and sculptor for its 2011 vintage label for the first time in four years.

Posted by Helen Tate on 25 November 2013

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View full post titled - '‘Cork Fingerprint’- Helping to Reduce Wine Fraud.'

‘Cork Fingerprint’- Helping to Reduce Wine Fraud.

An Italian manufacturer has launched a new cork that tracks the life of a wine. This innovation claims to “guarantee the authenticity of a wine."

Posted by Helen Tate on 25 November 2013

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View full post titled - 'We Were Right About The Right Bank:'

We Were Right About The Right Bank:

In-line with our latest analysis and predictions, Bordeaux’s Right Bank properties are this year’s most powerful brands in the fine wine market, overtaking rivals on the Left Bank and Burgundy’s most sought-after for the first time ever.

Posted by Tom Gearing on 13 November 2013

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View full post titled - 'Parker’s 2003 Review.'

Parker’s 2003 Review.

We take a closer look at what happened when the man with the million pound nose last undertook a 10 year retrospective review back in 2010.

With market focus now building for the imminent revaluation from Robert Parker of the 2003 vintage, we take a look at his last ’10 year retrospective review’ of the 200 vintage for some indication of potential price movement.

Posted by Jonathan Stevenson on 11 November 2013

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View full post titled - 'Sam Mudie- Portfolio Manager, enters 'La Confrérie des Compagnons Goustevin de Normandie: ''

Sam Mudie- Portfolio Manager, enters 'La Confrérie des Compagnons Goustevin de Normandie: '

I was recently honoured to take part in a truly momentous wine occasion.

La Confrérie des Compagnons Goustevin de Normandie was created in 1967 by wine merchants of Normandy. The vocation of the Confrérie was to further the knowledge and appreciation of fine wine. Imperceptibly, the principles of the Confrérie, while still remaining attached to the promotion of wine, have evolved towards creating bonds of friendship amongst its members.

Posted by Sam Mudie on 11 November 2013

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View full post titled - 'Sotheby’s Sale of 19th Century ‘Shipwreck’ Wine. '

Sotheby’s Sale of 19th Century ‘Shipwreck’ Wine.

This week’s Sotheby’s sale will include a collection of Bordeaux wines recovered from a 19th century shipwreck and a rare collection of Moët & Chandon dating back to the First World War.

Posted by Helen Tate on 11 November 2013

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View full post titled - 'Rudy Kurniawan Claiming 'Insanity' as Defence.'

Rudy Kurniawan Claiming 'Insanity' as Defence.

Accused wine counterfeiter Rudy Kurniawan aka "Dr Conti" and "Mr. 47," is reportedly plotting a potential defence that involves him pleading insane.

Posted by Helen Tate on 11 November 2013

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