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Irrespective of prevailing economic conditions, the fine wine market has performed exceptionally in recent years. Wine is one of the most popular alternative investment assets for the wealthy with +16% return over 1 year and +137% return over a 10-year period according to Knight Frank's Wealth Report 2022. While the smallest investment is starting from €10,000 for most of the wine investment funds, Konvi is bringing this unique asset class through our new partner Oeno, starting from a share price of only €250.
Michael Doerr OENO Group's founder and CEO, has been passionate about luxury assets from just 14 years of age, starting his first business buying and selling high-performing sports horses. This gave Michael the best start in learning how to manage and make profits from high-end assets. Michael went on to found and manage three luxury asset investment companies and took OENO from a money-losing start-up to a multi-award-winning investment firm managing some of the world's rarest wines.
Founded in 2015, Oeno is a personalised wine investment advisory service born out of a vision to make the fine wine market accessible to all regardless of their exposure to the industry. Most recently, OENO Group was awarded Best Global Wine Investment Firm in the world.
€85,000,000 total funds under management from hedge funds, wholesale, sophisticated and private investors.
11.87% Average Return per annum achieved historically. (Past performance is not indicative of future performance)
Over the past few decades, fine wine has proved itself as a highly profitable alternative asset class, making it an attractive addition to many investors’ portfolios. A 2019 survey by Barclays Wealth and Investment Management revealed that over 33% of high-net-worth individuals have a wine investment portfolio and that 2% of their wealth is tied up in wine. With rising market uncertainties and fears of recession, savvy investors have quickly realised how fine wine’s unique attributes offer incredible growth potential and an intelligent way to diversify your portfolio.
The primary motivation to invest in fine wine lies in its stable yet impressive track record. As an asset-backed investment, fine wine is often compared to gold and is rarely affected by fluctuations in the stock market.
Konvi aims to connect leading alternative asset managers with retail investors. Our partnership with Oeno will allow anyone to invest in a stock of well-known wine brands from a minimum share price of €250.
Once you decide to invest in a fine wine portfolio on Konvi through Oeno, Konvi will assist you every step of the way. The portfolios will be liquidated and sold after the pre-defined holding period for the highest price so all users receive back their ownership and participate in the price development. Investors who want to liquidate earlier can sell their shares in the future through Konvi’s secondary market.
Oeno’s investments have historically appreciated 11.87% per year on average, and even though past performance does not guarantee future results, fine wine is expected to grow even stronger in the future also due to the consequences of the climate crisis.
Want to learn more about wine investing? Check out this podcast from OENO Group's founder and CEO, Michael Doerr.