Investing in Fine Wine as a Liquid Asset
Fine Wines have consistently outperformed all other forms
of recognised investments.
Records that go back over hundreds of years show that Fine Wine has remained the steadiest form of investment in the world, generally unaffected by individual country recession, interest rate changes, general elections and stock market fluctuations. With our combined expertise of Fine Wine vintages, availability of stock, market requirements and conditions, investment expertise and tax knowledge we are able to structure 'tailor made' portfolios to provide for: an income, repay a mortgage, supplement a pension fund, a wedding or (you could simply serve one of the worlds finest wines, at very little cost) deposit for your child's first home or any other reason a tax free lump sum maturing at a specific time would be welcome.
Demand in Fine Wines has been growing annually as more investment minded people become aware of the opportunities brought about by simple supply and demand. Investment in top class fine wines from the Bordeaux region have shown greater returns and less volatility than any other recognised market.
Under current UK taxation rules NO TAXES are paid on gains as long as you do not trade wines on a regular basis.
Table wines (fortified wine or port) are considered a "wasting assets" (life expectancy less than 50 years) and such is not charged to Capital Gains Tax. Wine is also considered a "chattel" and as such is charged to Inheritance Tax accordingly. There is no charge to Income Tax as wine is not an "income baring investment". Our Clienteles Fine Wines are purchased under bond and stored in a UK Government bonded warehouse, and as such benefits from being VAT and Duty free.
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Investments in Fine Wine
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