More traditional, but which we have been practicing for 20 years, the worldwide demand for first growths and great growths is constantly growing because even in times of crisis, the most expensive bottles are often those that sell best.

Indeed, French wine estates are recognized throughout the world for their quality and prestige. The most prestigious vineyard parcels located in Bordeaux, Burgundy and Champagne will always be sought after.

The average price of a hectare of vineyard with an appellation of origin has been increasing every year for almost 10 years. Escaping the crisis, the wine market remains attractive. Moreover, the level of risk of this type of investment is relatively low.

Therefore, wine investment is today a quality diversification accessible to all!

In spite of the care taken in its selection and management, wine assets present a risk of capital loss and the evolution of its value over the past years does not prejudge its future evolution. Moreover, the yield is not guaranteed and may be subject to climatic and phytosanitary hazards.

 

   

 

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