Are you thinking about investing in wineries or owning a vineyard? These wineries have in-depth experience in producing the best wines available in the market. With years of perfecting their wines, they earned their spot amongst the fine wines.
Though much more expensive than the regular wine investment, fine wines will offer a much higher return and a guaranteed profit. If you also want to make the best burgundy wine investment, then you must seek the help of a professional.
Before you invest in Burgundy, here are some things you should consider.
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1) The industry: It is, of course, agricultural. You will see that foreign investors have been involved with the wine industry for more than 700 years if you look at the Bordeaux region. The Chinese and Belgian are the largest investors, with approximately 70 chateaux per country of 8000 chateaux. Burgundy has very few foreign owners of estates.
2/ The Burgundy's surface area is different. It is less than half the Bordeaux's size (120,000 ha in Bordeaux, 28,000 in Burgundy), and it consists of many small estates of no more than 8-10 hectares (25 acres).
3/ The image. Burgundy is the best option if you desire to own a "chateau". A vineyard can be purchased with beautiful chateaux in its middle with a great status symbol. Burgundy is very uncommon indeed.
The burgundy setup is actually simpler because the chateaux are usually located in the middle of the vineyards. In Burgundy, the estate is located in the village with the vineyard plots scattered throughout the village. A vineyard plot that is named will give you more luck and may result in better investment returns.