At the beginning of 2015 The Wine Investment Fund published a forecast that the fine wine market would return +9% this calendar year, as measured by the benchmark index, the Liv-ex 100. 2014 saw wine prices fall for an unprecedented fourth year in a row. However, the negative returns were concentrated in the first 7 […]
The world fine wine market took a breather in April, affected partly by slower growth in emerging economies and by exchange rate fluctuations.
Investors in The Wine Investment Fund (“TWIF”), a London-based wine fund, have received an annualised return of 10.3%, according to a statement by Andrew della Casa, director of the fund.