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Investment grade wine – Asset class analysis and fund performance.

A SQUARE :: 25May12 A SQUARE 25 May 2012
Category Wine Investing
Author Florian
In the second half of 2011, the fine wine market experienced a correction similar to the one seen during the financial crisis. We analyze the long term performance parameters of fine wine and wine investment funds compared to other asset classes over a period with two major draw downs.

We also introduce Trellis Fine Wine Investments LLC, a US-based alternative asset management company specializing in structuring and managing portfolios of investment grade wine for high net worth clients and institutional investors.
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