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Stock Your Wine Cellar, Luxury Wines Advised By European Fine Wines

European Fine Wines was established in 2005 and now have offices in London, Hong Kong and China. The company’s expert account managers advise costumers on how to build a portfolio of the most collectible wines, as well as being able to source wines for consumption. The annual turnover of the company has now grown to an impressive £25m and have been recognised for their achievements by being winners of the ‘Fast 50’ awards for the past three years.

UK-based wine merchant European Fine Wines has listed their best sellers of 2012 so far and have picked a range of wines for both investment and for drinking specifically tailored to an array of budgets and purposes.

In todays economically challenged climate, there has been a general move among wine buyers away from buying prestigious and more expensive labels to substantially cheaper wines of a similar quality. With the wine market continuing to slumber during the Summer break, the public is being encouraged to take advantage of a once in a decade chance to stock their cellars with wine of affordable prices.

To assist the public in what to purchase in this incredible opportunity, European Fine Wines has compiled a ‘top tips list’ to enable buyers to make informed purchases with the help of those who know best. The company have compiled four lists for wine lovers to choose from, appealing to buyers with four distinct budgets:

(1) £500
1 case of Clos Fourtet 1995 @ £500

(2) £1,000
1 case of Pontet Canet 2008 @ £750
1 case of Clos Fourtet 1995 @ £250

(3) £5,000
1 case of L’Eglise Clinet 2008 @ £1,450
1 case of Ducu Beaucaillou 2009 @ £2,200
1 case of of Calon Segur 2008 @ £450
1 case of of Pontet Canet 2000 @ £900

(4) £10,000
1 case of Pontet Canet 2009 @ £1,700
1 case of Ducru Beaucaillou 1982 @ £3,300
1 case of L’Eglise Clinet 2010 @ £3,600
2 cases of Grand Puy Lacoste 2009 @ £600

The company has also compiled a list of the six top sellers at European Fine Wines so far this year:

(1) Close Fourtet (up 14.1%)
– 1995 £500 / case – ‘great drinking wine’
– 2009 £1,850 / case – ‘store in your cellar to drink in the future’

(2) Calon Segur (up 8.2%)
– 2008 £450 per / case – ‘drink and make sure you’re stocked up’
– 2005 £570 / case – ‘drink and make sure you’re stocked up’

(3) Eglise Clinet (up 4.3%)
– 2008 £1,450 / case – ‘keep and drink’
– 2010 £3,600 / case – ‘store it in the cellar and wait to drink’

(4) Ducru Beaucaillou (up 2.5%)
– 2008 £850 / case – ‘drink and keep stocked in the cellar’
– 2009 £2,200 / case – ‘wait to drink’
– 2005 £1,550 / case – ‘drink and stock up’
– 1982 £3,800 / case – ‘stock up now’

(5) Pontet Canet (up 2.1%)
– 2008 £750 / case – ‘drink and stock up now’
– 2000 £900 / case – ‘stock up now’
– 2009 £1,700 / case – ‘stock up now’
– 2005 £1,000 / case – ‘stock up now’

(6) Grand Puy Lacoste (up 2.0%)
2001 £450 / case – ‘drink and stock up’
2009 £600 / case – ‘stock up’
1990 £1,650 / bottle – ‘expensive but stock up if you can’
2000 £65 / bottle – ‘drink and keep’

For more information visit: www.efwines.com


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