2014 DRC Assortment Case Collection
A 10-pack assortment of DRC bottlings from six different Grand Cru vineyards.
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The Strength of Burgundy
The Burgundy 150 Index is up 93.8% over the last five years, while Burgundy was the top-performing region in 2022. Recent graduate research completed in partnership with Vint, has shown that recent vintages of Burgundy have historically appreciated at about 23% in their 7th year after release, as they begin to approach drinking windows.
Instant Diversification in the top producer in Burgundy
By investing in this collection, you gain exposure to bottlings from six different wines produced from the Grand Cru vineyards of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti, including the famed monopoles Romanée-Conti and La Tâche vineyards.
A Value Vintage
Initially overlooked by collectors, the 2014 was an excellent vintage that happened to come immediately followed by the standout 2015 and 2016 vintages. As the prices for Burgundy continue to rise, collectors are returning to vintages such as 2014, that offer superb quality at a value, potentially driving increased demand for the vintage.
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A name that commands respect and admiration from connoisseurs and collectors alike, Domaine Romanée-Conti (DRC) has a long and impressive track record of producing some of the most highly rated and valuable wines in the world. To many, its wines are the pinnacle of excellence. They have also made remarkable investments through time. This offering features a DRC assortment consisting of 10 bottles from six different Grand Cru wines from DRC’s vineyards, including the infamous Romanée-Conti itself, as well as La Tâche. Burgundy continues to be one of the top performers within wine investment.
10-bottle assortment cases like this do not come along often, and it is a rare opportunity to achieve immediate diversification of assets in the most prized producer of Burgundy. The only way to otherwise attain equivalent diversification is to purchase loose bottles, which aren’t valued as highly by investors, or multiple cases of each wine, which add extensive cost and are extremely difficult to source.
As with many of Vint’s strategies, there is an emphasis here on relative value. This collection features bottles from 2014, an arguably underrated vintage. 2014 was a great year for Burgundy, but the excellent vintage was quickly overshadowed by fate. All the cards came together in 2015 and 2016, resulting in two standout vintages that put the backburner on demand for the 2014’s.
Now, as valuations have priced out many from being able to acquire the 2015 and 2016 vintages, attention is shifting back to 2014. In fact, Google searches for “Burgundy 2014” have increased 19.18% relative to searches for “Burgundy 2015” or “Burgundy 2016” in 2022.
Recent graduate research completed in partnership with Vint has shown that recent vintages of Burgundy have historically appreciated at about 23% in their 7th year after release as they approach their drinking window. This performance is second, only to the 11th year, in the time period studied and positions this collection perfectly as the 2014 wines were released in 2017 and are approaching their seventh year in 2024.
This offering is an opportunity to be invested in an assortment of the top Burgundies in the world. Burgundy has been a top-performing region, gaining 93.8% in five years, and based on research, the vintage of this offering is primed to hit one of its key times of appreciation in 2024.