Vint is The Future of Wine Investing! Diversify your investments with shares in world class wine collections. Joining their waitlist grants early access to their first offering! Over the last 30 years, fine wine has generated strong returns. Once an exotic market, investing in high quality bottles can diversify your portfolio.
How you make money
Investors can liquidate their shares in a secondary trading market (in development), or after a 3-7 year hold and Vint decides to sell the asset. Wine as an asset class offers return opportunities through sourcing arbitrage, long-term supply & demand shifts, sales channels, and catalysts.
How Vint makes money
While Vint has no annual fees they charge a one-time sourcing fee of 6% -15% on purchases. Additionally, they own between .5% - 10% of each securitized collection and benefit from sales of the underlying.
Is it safe?
Primary risks associated with fine wine investing include provenance, storage, and liquidity. They only work with suppliers who take the strictest measures to guarantee provenance. Vint works with high quality storage facilities that meet their temperature, humidity, and security criteria. Vint insures all underlying assets in the collections. Liquidity in the wine market is poor in comparison to public markets, but better than comparable alternative assets. They can access liquidity through secondary exchanges, merchant partners, and auction houses.