As prices keep fizzing, here are eight Champagnes to consider investing in
It used to be that only famous names such as Louis Roederer, Cristal and Dom Perignon were investment-grade brands, but the pool has now widened to include grower champagnes
When Champagne prices started cooling late last November and trended downward in early 2023, the big question was whether its bull run was over.
No, insists Tom Gearing, chief executive officer of Cult Wines, a UK-based fine wine investment company. Gearing is positive but cautious about the Champagne market for 2023, citing continued strong global demand, as well as the region’s serious brand power and wide distribution.
Vintage bottlings offer rarity, exclusivity, ageing potential and ...