Outperform List?

These products are our best investment ideas. They are selected because we expect them to outperform our benchmark (Live-Ex 'Investibles' Index) by at least 25% over the next 12 months.

Name Year Region Country Current Price Comment
Carruades de Lafite Rothschild 2010 (12x75cl) 2010 Bordeaux France-Bordeaux £2,013.59 We predict that this wine will outperform the Liv-ex 100 over the coming years and should easily reach a level of GBP2,300-GBP2,500 per case.
Guigal Côte Rôtie La Landonne 2005 (6x75cl) 2003 Rhone France £2,804.71 100 Points from Robert Parker, with no other European cases on the market, with back vintages such as the 1999 trading at £3725 per case of 6 where available
Torbreck 'The Laird' 2005 (3x75cl) 2005 Barossa Valley Australia £1,695.00 Extremely limited production and the only 100 point Torbreck from Robert Parker.
Dom Pérignon Vintage Cuvée 2003 - Limited Edition by David Lynch (6x75cl) 2003 Champagne France £495.00 The previous limited edition release 2002 Dom Perignon ‘Andy Warhol’ is now actively trading at £800 + per case of 6.
Château Lafite Rothschild 2008 (12x75cl) 2008 Bordeaux France-Bordeaux £6,915.03 Currently trading at GBP6,595 we are looking for at least a return to the pre-market surge of late 2010. Before the huge price increase the wine was trading at around GBP8,200.
Torbreck 'RunRig' 2009 (6x75cl) 2009 Barossa Valley Australia £725.00 Predicted to receive the magical 100 Points from Parker, some of the Slurp Fine Wine team make this their number 1 investment pick.
Château Lafite Rothschild 2011 (6x75cl) 2011 Bordeaux France-Bordeaux £2,700.00 The most affordable Lafite in the market by over £500 per dozen
Henschke Hill of Grace 2005 (3x75cl) 2005 South Australia Australia £1,098.74 Highly allocated, and extremely limited production from only the best vintages.Lower yields in the current vintage will heighten secondary market demand for 2005.
Tenuta dell'Ornellaia Masseto 2008 (3x75cl) 2008 Tuscany Italy £1,095.00 Recently upgraded to 97+, the 2008 is currently at a substantial discount to similarly scored back vintages. The 2004 is currently £1295 per case of 3.
Dom Pérignon 'enothèque 1996 - GIFT BOXED (3x75cl) 1996 Champagne France £525.27 When looking at where back vintages are now priced, this should have good upside potential. The 1975 is as expensive as GBP10,430 and the 1985 GBP8,150.