Invest in Italy

Invest in Italy

by Westgarth Wines August 06, 2019

 

Italian wine, particularly that of Piedmont and Tuscany , has appreciated steadily over the past twelve months. According to a study by Wine-Searcher the top ten priciest bottles have grown in value by an average of 7.77%, led by Soldera Brunello Riserva which grew by whopping 40.6%.  This is in contrast to Bordeaux, which seems to be taking a breath—albeit that breath still allowed growth. On average the top ten highest priced Bordeaux wines (excluding Liber Pater’s latest) grew by .97%

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