Investing in Wine is by no means a new phenomenon. Many years before fine wine became truly global in the mid 1990’s, wily buyers would often buy more than they intended to drink, selling on the excess at a later date to fund new purchases.
Our ability to secure tangible solid returns in a relatively short period of time is second to none. We are committed to ensuring our clients receive the best market knowledge and access to opportunities previously only available to a select clique. It is our fundamental objective to ensure complete customer satisfaction with our range of services and products.
The fine wine industry is not regulated, and Mortimer House is not a financial institution. As such, we do not give financial advice or any guarantees about the potential increase in a wine’s value.
Mortimer House is one of the UK’s up and coming wine merchants, and as such we are qualified to give information regarding vintages and wines, their quality and prevailing market conditions. This information is based upon our knowledge, acquired from over 20 years of investment trading, and our daily dealings in the global wine market. Using our knowledge of this market, we can provide valuations for wines and, in conjunction with past performance of wines, we can give you our informed opinion as to whether a wine may have the ability to accrue value.
Mortimer House does not charge a management fee and there are no hidden fees involved. The only money that you will pay is your purchase price and any storage fees applicable. When you come to sell your wines, you are not tied to selling through us, although we will make you as competitive an offer as possible.
Wines can go down, as well as up in value, and there are many things that can influence these price movements. We would urge you to read around the subject fully before making a decision, and our staff are available to answer any questions that you may have.
For specific financial advice, the tax implications or other financial element of wine investment, it is important to speak to an accredited financial advisor.