Investment Tips - Italy - 26. June 2024

Tignanello With Attractive Returns: Invest In 2021 Tignanello

The new Tignanello will be a benchmark for the future, and comparable predecessors have delivered 79-113% returns over the past five years.


2021 Tignanello

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*EUR 115 / bottle

Tignanello is as much a Tuscan super brand as a Super Tuscan. Tignanello is one of the wines that has significantly contributed to putting good Italian wines on the world map, challenging the great classic wines in both price and quality – and there is potential.

You can now start investing in the latest vintage and thus be in from the start in an exciting investment case that has historically proven to be highly attractive to investors.

Read more below about how returns and performance, benchmark status, and an attractive price-quality ratio make this an obvious investment case.

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3 Good Reasons to Invest in 2021 Tignanello

#1: 2021 Tignanello Is A Benchmark For The Future
Tignanello delivers high quality, but some vintages are better than others. One such vintage is the 2021 vintage, the latest Tignanello available on the market.

In recent times, the 2015 and 2016 vintages have been significant benchmarks in Tuscany. Tignanello has averaged 97.3 points across the three most influential Italian wine critics in these two vintages. In 2010, which is also considered a great vintage in the area, this average was 95.3 points.

The score for the 2021 vintage is also 97.3 points, with 98 points from Vinous, 98 points from Wine Advocate, and 96 points from James Suckling. Thus, the latest vintage's high quality makes it an attractive investment.

Tignanello average scores across Vinous, Wine Advocate, and James Suckling since the 2012 vintage AVG = Average score across Vinous, Wine Advocate, and James Suckling

#2: Returns & Performance
Tignanello has historically performed well. According to the British wine exchange Liv-ex, the last ten vintages that have been on the market for at least five years* have yielded an average return of 95.6% over the past five years. This corresponds to an average annual return of 14.4%.

Zooming in on the aforementioned great vintages with comparable scores to the 2021 vintage, it looks like this over the past five years**:

• 2016: +113.0%
• 2015: +79.6%
• 2010: +109.9%

Notably, the 2015 and 2016 vintages are still widely available in the market, further underscoring the potential of a great Tignanello. And this is the 2021 vintage.

*Vintages 2007-2016
**Data from Liv-ex

#3: Price vs. Quality
We generally have standing recommendations on better vintages of all the original super Tuscans; Masseto, Sassicaia, Tignanello, Solaia, and Ornellaia. But that said, the 2021 Tignanello currently carries particularly attractive potential from a price vs. quality perspective compared to its counterparts.

See the table below

*Vintage 2021 has not yet been released for trade, so the comparison price is for vintage 2020.

It's not hard to see the attractive price-quality ratio of the 2021 Tignanello compared to the other super Tuscans. The "cost-per-quality" is simply unbeatable, meaning that wine lovers worldwide get a lot for their money, while the low price point allows a vast audience to participate. This means higher demand, which is one of the most critical factors for value increase.

Of course, several factors influence price formation. One of them is supply, and it's necessary to emphasize that Tignanello is the largest of the five super Tuscans in terms of production volume. With approximately 300,000 bottles per vintage, about 10 times as much Tignanello is produced as the smallest of the five, Masseto.

But that was also the case in the 2015 and 2016 vintages, which, as described above, have performed well...

If you want to read more about Tignanello, you can delve into this article about the producer behind the wine: Marchesi Antinori – Italian finesse in 26 generations


2021 Tignanello

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*EUR 115 / bottle

*All prices are in EUR excluding customs, duty and VAT upon delivery to a bonded warehouse through Nordic Freeport. The wines are sold only in full cases unless otherwise stated, and the price is per bottle. A minimum purchase applies – contact us for the specific minimum purchase for this option. Assumes portfolio at RareWine Invest. The price of these wines may have changed since the publication of this article. Reservations are made for errors.

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