For decades, wine has proved to be a safe haven for investors. Luckily, England is not too far from the best places to find fine wines. London has always been a wine trading hub, indeed British collector were some of the first ones to like the concept of investing in wine. So why not joining the movement? Especially because of a post-Brexit climate, fine wine is increasingly being promoted as a relatively safe investment in harder times.
Sigillus offers unparalleled access to the best wines and ultimate wines experiences in London and all over the world. Our wine experts are extremely passionate about providing access to only great Italian and French wines that are beautiful condition and aged perfectly.
We are calling all wine lovers, here are some of our favourite liquid gems that deserve to be tried and enjoyed:
Chateau Haut Brion – Bordeaux, France
The wine of Chateau Haut-Brion is highly sought-after, landing among the most expensive and prestigious wines in France. The estates vineyards are planted to both red and whither varietals: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlotm Cabernet France and also Semillon. The wine is characterised bu earthy scents, ripe fruit, tobacco revealing aromas of chocolate and smoke.
Mezzacorona, Castel Firmian – Trentino, Italy
Trentino is one of the best wine regions in the world. At the foot of the Dolomites, the grapes benefit from the alpine climate, which create a balanced bouquet and intense aromatic of Castel Firmian wines. They have and enhanced fruity flavour with notes of red and yellow apples, apricot white melon and citrus fruits.
Tormaresca – Puglia, Italy
The Tormaresca project began with the dream to discover and enhance the precious native varietals of Puglia. Being a symbol of Apulia’s intrinsic nature, the chardonnay is Tormaresca’s signature label from its namesake estate. A vibrant and crisp wine that taste like sea with some notes of citrus fruit and kinds of wild flowers.
Batard Montrachet Grand Cru, Domaine Leflaive – Cote de Beaune, France
Le Batard Montrachet is a grand cru vineyard in the southern Cote de Beaune that is widely considered to be the world’s best for Chardonnay. The wine is rich and structured, it never seems to age and always have a bold, yellow colour with youthful green reflections. Ripe, well rounded, a little bit of pineapple, citrus fruit and after few hours, it is still drinking beautifully.