Since inception, the growth across our Personal Investment Portfolios averages at 17% per annum. With 2 years of free cellaring and over 20 years of wine expertise, there is no other vehicle on the…

Since inception, the growth across our Personal Investment Portfolios averages at 17% per annum. With 2 years of free cellaring and over 20 years of wine expertise, there is no other vehicle on the market as efficient as our PIPs in building a South African fine wine collection.

The growing international demand for SA’s top-end offerings has led to an increase in our export volumes and, as a result, local fine wine pricing continues its upward repositioning. With March price increases around the corner, expect to see as much as a 15% increase on some of our top wines! Now is the best time to build your fine wine portfolio – whether it be as an alternative asset or simply to collect the finest local wines on the market, or a combination of both.

Download our February 2022 PIP prospectus and email Johan to express your interest.


EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • The PIP is a diversified, blue-chip portfolio of some of the finest and most investable South African wines available on the market at the time of release.
  • Units are limited and subject to availability.
  • The portfolio includes some of SA’s finest producers, including BoekenhoutskloofBoschkloofGlenellyKlein ConstantiaLe Riche and Tokara, among others.
  • Each portfolio comprises 102 bottles at a cost of R50,000 and is based on similar principles as the previous investment portfolios.
  • Each portfolio is offered with 2 years of free cellaring. This constitutes a saving on cellaring costs of approximately R3,712 per portfolio in current Rand terms – an effective 7.7% discount on the purchase price.
  • The portfolio is tailored according to the most investable stock on the market, selected on quality, price, brand equity and critic ratings.
  • The PIP includes bi-annual index calculation, free wine advice and quarterly wine investment reports.
  • Investors are given access to Wine Cellar’s brokerage platform as well as the Strauss & Co Fine Wine Auctions.

2021 was yet another important year for SA’s secondary wine market. At Wine Cellar, our secondary market trade grew by 32% in volume and 75% in value. The fine wine auction space also set new pricing benchmarks in the secondary market after breaking various records. As we believe the market is set for continued growth, our 2021 secondary market review is our most comprehensive report to date.

 

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