Fancy a bottle of exclusive Champagne?

by Nov 7, 2019News0 comments

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If you are reading this post — then you certainly value fine and rare wines, and this is a very exciting message you read from us.

Here is why. Because until the 15th of January you have the unique opportunity to invest into 1 of 50 bottles in the IBO of the rarest of the Champagnes the Boerl & Kroff Magnum 2002.

What is an IBO you might ask? IBO stands for Initial Bottle Offering and is the process where wine producers allocate part of their rare production to be listed at Alti Wine Exchange through a process of wine tokenization. Wine backed tokens should not be confused with crypto currencies. Wine tokens issued by wine Producers at Alti Wine Exchange through the process of IBO can only be purchase in euros.  Once owned the value of the token represents the value of the asset they are backed against.

When you check the Offering Memorandum of the IBO you will notice there is a cool story that is both fun and memorable, and that is reflected in the champagne produced.

If you consider that the Grands Champagnes are generally produced in the thousand bottles, subscribing to such unique Champagne where only 50 magnums are available for IBO should be a no-brainer.

Obviously we have Christmas and New Year coming soon, and this is a fantastic excuse to buy this Champagne for celebration, particularly if you are a sophisticated person.

When you subscribe to such a rare champagne everybody knows you are special. Quite frankly there is nothing else in the entire world that will give you the instant status than being the proud owner of one of these rare magnum. Exclusiveness comes at a starting price of €6,600, but this investment is worth every euro..

Life is good when you have a little Champagne but you must be among the next 50 subscribers in this Initial Bottle Offering.

To see it with your own eyes click here for the PDF.

Over a quarter of all high net worth individuals  have a wine collection, according to Barclays Wealth and Investment Management

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