Introducing the Westgarth Blog

July 29, 2012

Latest news, information and insight into the world of wine investment.

The fine wine investment market never stands still, and luckily for you neither do we.

We spend a good deal of our time pouring over news articles, and keeping tabs on financial institutions and the most influential wine authorities.  This essential research keeps us up to speed with what is happening in the ever-changing marketplace, so that we in turn can give our clients accurate and effective advice.

We would like to share the fruits of our labor with you, in a format that is accessible and easily digestible.  Enter the Westgarth blog—a blog designed to empower you with the knowledge you need to invest in fine wine successfully.

Because the aim of this blog is to aid understanding, you won’t find unnecessary wordiness or jargon here. What you will find is the latest news, opinion and insight into the fine wine market, explained in a way that’s straightforward, informative and always engaging.

Stay tuned to this blog, and whenever there is a new market development relevant to fine wine investors, you'll be one of the first to know.  We will also publish reports on the market every quarter, to give you a more detailed overview of current conditions.

Don’t forget that this blog isn’t the only way to stay up to date with Westgarth and wine investment news.  You can also follow us on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.

To all new readers and followers, we’d like to say a big hello and a very warm welcome to the Westgarth blog.

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