The Bordeaux Wine Company is an online wine retail company and investment boutique that specialises in wines produced in the region of Bordeaux, which lies on the banks of the Garonne River in south west France and is the top wine producer in the world.
Wine trading internationally has become a very profitable and highly lucrative commodity and “BWC” (Bordeaux Wine Company) promotes wine as a vital addition to an investment portfolio.
The company’s investment model is based on the principle that wines are considered more expensive and prestigious as they mature in time and since all wines eventually mature, this has become an attractive investment.
BWC, which is situated in London, has no affinity to any wine producers and is an independent merchant, allowing this enterprise to recommend and invest in fine wines without being prejudiced. As suppliers of some of the most revered wines in the Bordeaux area, and doing business with only a selected group of wine dealers, Bordeaux Wine Company is able to access a vast range of rare and fine wines in the UK and Europe. Experts at buying and selling, the company has effectively combined the enjoyment of fine wines with the acumen of safe investments.
Even in a difficult economic climate, an investment which has proven to be solid is Bordeaux wines, contributing to a unique diversification of investment portfolios. First harvest wines cultivated at the Bordeaux houses offer an alternative and secure investment. First growth or “Blue Chip” Bordeaux wines, created from some of the world's most ancient and well known vineyards have been grown for centuries in a land with ideal conditions on the western coast of France. The ground has the ideal soil, the best climate and skilled local workers who expertly grow the types of grapes used to blend into some of the world's most luxurious and finest wines.
Unlike the unstable and unpredictable currency and stock markets, the fine wine market is reputed to be a low risk, secure and lucrative investment. The experts at the BWC provide sound advice in accumulating wines to client’s portfolios, handling the important logistics of insuring and storing wine stocks, the resale of the wines at profits and ensuring their clientele are kept abreast of market trends.
“Fine wine is of a limited nature, so where there is an increase in demand the prices rise fast and people of course drink wine, so stocks are continually depleting unlike art and antiques which will always be available”.
Nuala Araby, Senior Portfolio Manager, Bordeaux Wine Company The Global Marketplace