In this report, you will find:
The unique characteristics of both Northern and Southern Rhone wines and a string of quality vintages between 2015-2019 form the foundation of a compelling investment.
Rhone wines are a source of stable returns with low price volatility compared to other wine regions.
Although long-term absolute returns have lagged some higher-growth regions, Rhone’s recent growth has been strong, and it represents a potential ‘break out’ region going forward.
Cult Wines’ research-based approach that takes the full Rhone market into account can help uncover the names most likely to outperform.
We think the diverse and high-quality wines from both Northern and Southern Rhone form an important piece of a fine wine portfolio. Although Rhone’s hallmark is one of stability, the region is posting some impressive growth figures to keep pace with the red-hot fine wine market. In this report, we explain why we think Rhone wines could be on the cusp of a ‘break out’ as a diverse and unique range of red and white wines are generating increased demand from an expanding global market.