Why not give your loved ones a rare wine Christmas gift card?

by Dec 4, 2020News0 comments

Dear reader,

It’s that time of the year again: gift giving and gift buying.

Yes! Christmas is just around the corner.

We see ourselves and our clients as a community that is based on differentiation. A community that is constantly reminded that being in this world is more than following the crowd.

We believe that personal financial empowerment is the path to a long term view of one’s own future.

Yes, we all know it. Most of us spend lots of money to buy things out of social convention at Christmas. More with the goal of ticking a box than really giving a gift.

If you want to be different, give value by offering rare wine as an investment for your loved ones. It’s, after all, an unusual Christmas — in which so many traditional Christmas gifts won’t even be practical, right?

Our fine and rare wines launched through our platform, Wine Club and initial bottle offerings (IBOs) are not only great wines, but also solid long-term investments. So why not bridge your wine passion and a window for great investment or collection opportunities?

Our Christmas gift cards are now available. Get started in fine wine investment or gift your loved ones in a much easier fashion. Check out below and make the best out of it.

A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Your Alti team

 

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