Wine on primeur means wine bought before bottling, resulting the wine being sold for less than the retail price.
Primeur wine as an investment offer the chance of good profit made in short time. Also a good opportunity to acquire some very good wine for an exceptional price .But with wine on primeur money is not the first issue, the main difficulty is to be there and who you know. And more, the best wines are only allocated to selected customers.
This chart below showing the increase of top wines vintage 2004 release in primeur in year 2005
To take advantage of these opportunities, give yourself time to look through the further information contained within our WEB PAGE ,and when you are ready, just get back to us. We will be pleased to assist you, contact us
The on primeur wine involves contact and knowledge. Dominique Ritorto's business has both and offers you the possibility to be part of the next on primeur release, and more! Dominique Ritorto offers not just acquired wine at the release time, but also the option to book your favourite wine beforehand .With a refundable deposit*.
The wines bought in primeur will be generally sold "in bond" excluding duty and VAT. The primeur period could last 1 to 3 years, even more on some exceptional wine .When the wine arrives in the country, you will be informed of this and asked for confirmation of delivery instructions. At this point you may opt to store the wines in bond, or to have the wines delivered. Duty and VAT will be paid only when you take delivery.
*The deposit is only refundable if the primeur wine has not been released or does not apply to the conformity of the specific wine booked. All of the foregoing provisions do not affect your statutory rights as a consumer.
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You must buy from a financially stable merchant or broker with a good history of, not only selling wines in this way, but delivering them too! If you are new to buying wine , we would strongly advise you to gain some information on the business .For wine bought on primeur refer to Jim Budd's website as www.investdrinks.org a guide on, not only how to buy, but also who to buy from.