As Liv-ex Contracted Licensees, we have developed our systems to run hand in hand with theirs. Therefore you will be able to see and act upon the live bids and offers of merchants around the world. Buy wine, sell wine and store wine with speed, efficiency, and transparency.
Register for an account or sign up for our market Reports. If you have an account with us they will be added monthly to your portfolio, if you don’t we’ll send them straight to your inbox.
If you have wine stored privately or in Bond but you’re not getting the information & peace of mind you need, try our cellar management service. Store your wine with us and we’ll give you all the benefits of a full account: Monthly updates from your dedicated account manager and an online portfolio service that will enable you to track the price movements of your wine and sell immediately when the time is right.
Open an account and take advantage of our special offers: Selected, rare, top quality wines at sharp prices that are not advertised to the market and only available to our clients. You deserve it!
Whether buying wine for consumption or investment, there is one overriding concern: The condition of the wine. When buying with us you have the assurance that your wine will always be in pristine condition, as we only buy wines that have the Liv-ex stamp of approval - otherwise known as the SIB Passport. If you want to know what this means, just ask!
Liv-ex (the London International Vintners Exchange) is the global marketplace for professional buyers and sellers of fine wine. Established in 1999, it has brought new standards of efficiency and transparency to a traditionally opaque market. Its services include the Liv-ex online trading platform, market-leading data services and Vine, a specialist logistics solution.
“I think your service is first class, I particularly like the frequent updates on the value of the wines I hold. The last wine broker I dealt with sent valuations only twice a year. I'm sure that we will have a long and mutually profitable relationship.” Mr J. Hurst