Champagne Jewels Collection
Top-Scoring Champagnes From Renowned Producers
Invest with as little as 1 share
Below Market Value
The entry price for the Champagne Jewels Collection is 4% below the estimated fair market value. Vint’s investment team works diligently to acquire wines from the top producers and vintages with the goal of positioning our investors with the best opportunity to realize any potential appreciation and thereby giving Vint investors a potential edge on the market.
The Champagnes in this offering have great scores, with an extremely strong average of 96.7 points. The collection includes the 2013 Egly-Ouriet Brut Millesime, which was the only 100-point Champagne in 2013, and the Pierre Peters Cuvee Speciale Les Chetillons, which was also ranked in the top 10 for 2013. In 2012, the Egly-Ouriet Brut Millesime was the top-scoring Champagne, with the Henri Giraud Argonne and Philipponnat Clos des Goisses coming in fourth and sixth, respectively. High scores can be a major catalyst of consumer demand, leading to outsized price appreciation.
Champagne continues to be a region of popularity and demand for wine enthusiasts. The Liv-ex Champagne 50 index has gained 86.3% over a five-year period, for an annualized return of 17.26%. Driven by increased exposure and acclaim from critics and unprecedented demand for the top wines from both small producers and major Champagne houses, the wines of Champagne are uniquely poised for potential future growth.
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The Champagne Jewels Collection is a rare and exceptional collection of Champagne featuring top-scoring Champagnes from renowned producers, including Egly-Ouriet, Henri Giraud, Pierre Peters, and Pol Roger. This carefully constructed collection offers a unique opportunity for investors to access some of the most prized rarities within the category, made more compelling by the fact that Vint is able to offer an entry price that is 4% below the estimated fair market value for this basket of assets.
One of the key drivers of this collection is the remarkable quality of the Champagnes included. The average score for the collection is an impressive 96.7 points. Notable among the top-scoring wines is the 2013 Egly-Ouriet Brut Millesime which was scored 100 points by the Wine Advocate, the only vintage Champagne from the 2013 vintage to achieve that mark. Also ranking in the top ten for the 2013 vintage was the Pierre Peters Cuvee Speciale Les Chetillons, with a score of 96+ from the Wine Advocate. Meanwhile, the Egly-Ouriet Brut Millesime was the top-scoring Champagne in 2012 with a score of 99 points, with Henri Giraud’s Argonne and Philipponnat Clos des Goisses ranked fourth and sixth, respectively.
The long-term performance of Champagne as a region adds to the investment appeal of this collection. The Liv-ex Champagne 50 index has gained 86.3% over a five-year period, which translates to an average annualized return of 17.26%. This immense growth is linked in part to global demand for Burgundy in recent decades. As connoisseurs have become increasingly interested in small-production wines that are expressive of terroir and distinct to a certain producer (like the wines of Burgundy), renowned critics and publications have begun to shine a spotlight on those wines within Champagne. This has led to intense demand for the top wines both from small and family-owned grower-producers.
Overall, the Champagne Jewels Collection represents a unique investment opportunity, with its below-market value pricing, exceptional quality, and the historical performance of the region. This collection offers the opportunity to participate in potential price appreciation driven by a rise in global interest in sparkling wines as a category and market demand for top Champagne grower wines as well as major houses’ tête de cuvées.