Outside of Bordeaux En Primeur, September is one of the biggest months in the wine calendar. It marks the new releases of the most in-demand wines from breakthrough regions, such as Chile, Argentina, South Africa and USA. Releases include: Opus One, Clos Apalta, Almaviva, Seña & Cheval des Andes.
At this time of year, we take a deeper dive into this growing segment of the fine wine market in order to better assess value and draw attention to high growth investment opportunities in these untapped regions.
Our research on US and emerging wine markets revealed several interesting facts, including the following trends:
- What role do these New Frontier regions play in a diversified portfolio?
- Which are the best performing regions and what are the standout wines?
- How has Cult Wines performed vs the benchmark index?
- How investable are the latest releases?
Diversify your Wine Investment Portfolio with wines from US and Emerging Markets
Further diversification from established regions is gaining popularity and Emerging Markets brands are becoming more prevalent in wine consumption and collections. These markets’ developments are underpinned by fundamental changes and trends – such as the hunt for value and a shift in consumer taste. All of these factors indicate a promising future and fuel growing confidence for Emerging Market wines as an investment.