An investor's publication has suggested that now may be a good time to invest as prices for First Growth Bordeaux wines are falling,
A review of 2013's auctions suggests that emerging markets such as Brazil and Mexico are increasingly developing an appetite for fine wine.
Although there has been a dip in values of First Growth wines, some have been bucking this trend.
Far from declining, a recent auction at Sotheby's suggests that Asian interest in fine wine is alive and well
Asian interest in fine wine is not limited to China
Figures suggest that fine wine has risen in value by approximately ten per cent over the last 25 years, suggesting it is a relatively stable commodity
If you want to invest in wine you have to be prepared to do your homework and be in it for the long-haul
It may be difficult to choose which wines to invest in, but Liv-ex suggests looking at the cost versus its score according to wine expert Robert Parker
Friends, critics, and how prestigious a wine is considered to be are all influencing factors in what people invest in and drink
A bar has opened in Shanghai selling 'Bordeaux only' wine suggesting Asian interest in top tipples continues
The EU is still negotiating with India to drastically cut improt duty on wine to the country, which could lead to a rise in investment
FIne wine expert predicts India, Russia and Greece may be worth watching in terms of emerging interest in the fine wine market
White wine consumption is expected to shoot up 69 per cdent by 2015, but classic red fine wines such as Chateau Lafite Rothschild are still viewed as prestigious brands
There are mixed reports about Asia's ongoing investment in fine wine, although the overall concensus seems to be positive
Petrus is popular in the Chinese market thanks to its exclusivity but will a new distribution partner for the Chateaux changes things?
A new documentary charts the rise of Asian investment in fine wine
Bordeaux Premier Cru wines are having something of a resurgence in the Asian market
Asia seems to be turning its back on Bordeaux in favour of Burgundy, but will it last?
A deal has been agreed between Vintage Wine Estates and Clos Pegase Winery and Vineyards.
Bad weather, changing tastes and critics opinions can all have an effect on the popularity and value of wine
Napa Valley winery praises Chateau Latour's innovative techniques as it is announced the Bordeaux estate is to buy the Araujo estate
Union des Grands Crus de Bordeaux visits Poland to give country a taste of their finest wines
Bordeaux wine critic suggests grapes are primary reason a vintage is a success or not
Crus Bourgeois 2011 tasting event pencilled in for September 19th in London
Research shows the story behind a wine helps inflate its value
Sotheby's auction on July 17th hailed a success after pre-sales estimates smashed
Chateau Haut Bailly suggests wine critic Robert Parker's interest in wine from Bordeaux helped vineyards become more competitive and improve
Chateau Angelus hails price raising strategy a success
Chateau d'Yquem 1990 case sells for just $4,050, extending a 15-month drop.
The WFA has announced that its 2013 vintage crush was ten per cent higher than in 2012.
Ministry of agriculture in France predicts 13 per cent increase in volume of crops but concerns remain surrounding weather and its impact on harvests
Bordeaux and Burgundy experience fall in value, according to fine wine index Liv-ex
An auction to be held at Sotheby's on July 17th is expected to raise £1m from the sale of various Premier Cru vintages
Statistics released by Vinexpo show this year's event was dominated by interest from Asian markets
Auction to be held at Bonhams will feature Chateau Mouton Rothschild from 1955 until 2008 and Romanee Conti
Before investing in fine wine it's important to ensure you have the appropriate storage facilities and have checked the provenance of your investment, executive editor of the Wine Spectator warns
Fine wine sales help push up Majestic's profits
Investing in fine wine is tax-efficient, experts advise
Domaine Clarence Dillon set to buy Grand Cru Classe estate, Chateau L'Arrosee
Wine critic Robert Parker to sign Bordeaux 2009 vintages
Fine wine collection housed at the Itish government's department for Foreign Affairs is to be put up for sale
Investors are looking to older vintages rather than risking 2012 Futures, accoridng to the chief executive officer of US auctioneer Acker, Merrall & Condit
Wine from the cellars of Domaine Clarance Dillon to go up for sale at Sotheby's Hong Kong offfices in October for the first time
London International Wine Fair attracts the Union des Grands Crus de Bordeaux
Bordeaux from 1982,1990 and 1996 to feature at Sotheby's next London auction
Wine critique hails Bordeaux as "best value for money"
Rumours are circulating that Sir Alex Fegurson may be about to purchase a vineyard in the south of France
More Asian interest in Bordeaux wine
Hugh Johnson's private wine collection exceeds £100,000
Asian investor buys Bordeaux Chateau
Vineyard sale service to be offered to investors via Christie's
Mouton-Rothscchild featuring pictures by artists of the 20th century will make up some of the lots at Christie's auction in Geneva
Christie's wine auction is a success with a case of Petrus topping the bill
Stability of wine turns investors onto the asset, Investment Europe suggests
French wine fans will be pleased to hear that the Elysee Palace is autioning off some of the wine from its cellars
Burgundy is proving popular with investors if Sotheby's lastest auction results are anything to go by
Reviews of Bordeaux 2012 En Primeur are starting to trickle through and opions are mixed
Investment in fine wine is inflation proof, expert states