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The Property Committee Presents: Alternative Investments: How to Invest in Wine
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When: Tuesday, November 22, 2016
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Where: Berry Bro's & Rudd​
2/F Pacific House
20 - 20B Queen's Road
Hong Kong
Contact: Justin Wong

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Alternative Investments: How to Invest in Wine
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Tuesday, November 22nd, 2016

6:00 pm to 8:00 pm


Berry Bro's & Rudd
2/F Pacific House
20 - 20B Queen's Road
Central, Hong Kong

Members: HK$250
Non-Members: HK$350

3 wines will be tasted this evening including 2003 Ch. Batailley, Pauillac, 2003 Ch. Pontet-Canet, Pauillac, and a 2007 Pauillac de Latour, Chateau Latour
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About the Event:
With the unpredictable volatility of the stock market, many investors have been looking into safer ways to invest their money. Uncertainty in the markets is making the world of alternative investments increasingly attractive for those seeking returns on their cash. According to a recent Luxury Investment Index, these alternative or “passion” investments such as fine wine have outmatched the FTSE100 in the last decade. 

Fine wines can be one of the most profitable ways to prepare for the future. For shrewd investors this is an ageless investment regardless of the current era. Join us on the 14th of September to discover the possibilities that await new wine investors.
About the Speakers:
David Jones
Senior Account Manager
Berry Bros. & Rudd

At a time when the bottle of wine at the family dinner table would most likely be a Liebfraumilch or Mateus Rosé, it was David’s language studies, and work as an English teacher, which led him to the wine regions of France and Germany and awakened his passion for wines of a finer kind. David’s career with Berry Bros. & Rudd started in 2002, and has so far included spells in our Fine Wine teams in the UK and Tokyo and, most recently, a move to work in our Hong Kong office.

David strongly believes that good wines are best appreciated with food, and his favourite wines are those of the classic regions of Europe, in particular Burgundy and Alsace, which have always been traditionally made to be enjoyed in this way. When not advising Berry Bros. & Rudd’s clients on a must-have Volnay or Riesling, David is most likely to be found indulging his other passions on the golf course or in the kitchen.

Urosh Teodorovich
Associate Director & Head of Business Development
Landscope Christie’s International Real Estate

Urosh leads the Landscope Christie’s Business Development Department which focuses on sourcing new project opportunities, maintaining relationships with high level corporate clients, and overseeing unique property transactions. Through prior agency brokerage roles, Urosh has gained strong sales experience and knowledge of global real estate markets.

Building on a shared passion for wine with a number of colleagues, Landscope Christie’s has seen a significant expansion of its specialist investments – with a particular focus on end-to-end vineyard purchasing. Urosh’s personal appreciation for classic Bordeaux vintages has proved particularly useful as the number of Asian investors in this specific region continues to grow every year. A lover of wines from an early age, Urosh can often be found outside of office hours with a glass of Champagne in hand.




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