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A MAILBAG COLUMN FROM AN ECCENTRIC SOMMELIER
Highlighting the work of female pioneers, winemakers, producers, writers and sommelières, we call for more efforts towards equality and women in leading roles
Rich in winemaking history and fairly unknown when compared to superstar neighbours, Portugal earns new works on its longstanding traditions
Fine and rare wines have enjoyed robust performance and low volatility in comparison to markets during Covid, gaining further room in diversified portfolios
Are all wines age-worthy? Do screw caps mean bad wines? Is decanting really essential? Are Champagne flutes the best choice? Let’s decant true from false.
The Central Italian region is home to some of the most classic celebrated wines and winemaking areas in Europe and the world. Watch Julien Miquel’s series.
Nearly lost at some point, varieties like Viognier were redeemed by skillful growers and now make superstar fine wines
Wine plays a role in many couples’ love stories. Why not up your game? Here are bottles to enjoy, pairing suggestions and gifts for a special occasion.
Free contents, reports and overviews by our experts will help you make the best decisions for profit and protection – and also enjoy the best investment-grade wines
Sauternes-Barsac, Riesling, Port, Tokaji, Vin Santo… from noble rot to drying methods to fortification, different techniques yield wonderful sweet wines
Founder’s view | Thinking outside the bottle
Beyond inflation on the horizon, the ECB plan paves a troubling control of our economic lives. We have to think through.
Longstanding winemaking families know how crucial it is to embrace foresight and invest in passion, diligence and uniqueness
A reboot of the financial system is essential. For a sustainable future, with a plan that won’t leave citizens and responsibilities behind. Read part 3 of our view.
A Great Reset solution has to simplify the banking structure’s relations to society, prioritizing people’s well-being. Read part 2 of our view.
There is a need for a Great Reset to guide the post-Covid economic world, but not the one proposed by the WEF. Read part 1 of our view.
The pandemic has made all doomsday scenarios become a reality for the economy. Here’s what to make of it, investor.
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Read the story of this rare, highly demanded, handcrafted jewel of a French sparkling wine and invest in it
Alti Wine Exchange introduces an exclusive Initial Bottle Offering of 50 rare bottles of 1911 Moscatel de Setúbal by famous Portuguese producer, José Maria de Fonseca.
This is the story of a rare red wine coming from a pioneering winery in Chile, the story a pioneer winemaker in the name of Aurelio Montes who dared to plant vines on extremely steep vineyards to produce the best red wine he could possibly make, giving birth to his ‘Folly’, the first Ultra-Premium Chilean Syrah.
Nestled among the most prestigious Grand Cru properties, on the limestone plateau of Saint-Emilion where some of the finest Bordeaux wines are extracted from a rare terroir, Chateau Coutet has been owned and operated by the same family of wine makers for over 400 years, since 1601.
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Unprecedented monetary expansion is pushing more and more discerned investors towards consumer products as a strategy for a bumpy road ahead
Money is tricky, but prospering does not have to be the same. In the face of quantitative easing and depreciations, real assets of quality offer safety and returns
Monthly investments in rare bottles in face of currency devaluation will create you a strong long-term portfolio
With highest prices still commanded by two French regions, the finest investment-grade wines have some interesting traits. Meet them.
In a period marked by covid-19, fine vintages from Portugal, Argentina and the US featured on the Alti Wine Indexes enjoy double-digit figures
Likely progression into fiat currency collapse will lead people into tangible assets. And your bottles are valuable ones
Age-worthy vintages are suffering considerably less volatility under the economic stress than the global stock market
While age-worthy vintages naturally appreciate, monetary inflation is bound to provoke aggressive financial consequences, Paulo Pinto argues
From century-old fortified wines to Douro, the last wine frontier in Western Europe offers much still to be explored