Collectible Wine - On Demand
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September 14, 2017 | -
1 hour

Register for the event and a recording of the session will be emailed to you! 

Collectible wine is a unique asset in that it is perishable. Technically, it is a wasting asset. But valuing it incorrectly can cost your client thousands of dollars. How can you recognize the value of collectible wine and appraise it correctly?

This webinar will discuss how you recognize and evaluate collectible wine. It will give you historical background and an up-to-the-minute view of the market today, including hot-topic issues such as authenticity and recent litigation.

In this webinar, Master of Wine and certified appraiser Charles Curtis, MW, AAA will discuss his proprietary system using leading indicators to parse the markets movements and will reveal how issues of condition, storage and provenance weigh on the valuation of what is otherwise a market for multiples. He will discuss finding the appropriate market and evaluating salability. 

Learning Objectives: 

  • Understand valuation issues specific to collectible wine
  • Recognize when a wine collection constitutes a significant asset
  • Develop appraisal strategies based on valuation of wine collection
  • Deal with a wine collection as part of estate planning or disposition

1 CE Credit

Fee: $45

Register online (at the top of this page),
or by calling 212.889.5404 x 11. 

Email confirmations will be sent upon receipt of payment; registration accepted only with payment. All attendees must register in advance.

No refunds. 

Author, journalist and consultant, Charles Curtis is a Master of Wine and the founder of WineAlpha, a fine wine advisory serving private, trade and institutional clients with an interest in the market for fine and rare wine. Former Head of Wine for Christie’s in both Asia and the Americas, Curtis has a wealth of experience in the wine trade. He joined Christie’s in 2008 from LVMH, where he was Director of Wine and Spirit Education for Moet Hennessy USA.

Curtis earned his Diploma from the Wine and Spirits Education Trust of London, and in October 2004 became the 22nd Master of Wine in the United States. Through the years, he has garnered a number of honors, including the prestigious “Bourse Andre Crispin” in 2002. He is a member of the Events Committee of the Institute of Masters of Wine (North America), has been a guest lecturer at a number of universities, and is a Certified Member of the Appraisers Association of America.

His first book, The Original Grand Crus of Burgundy, was released in 2014. He is a columnist for the Chinese version of La Revue du Vin de France and was formerly Senior Editor at Le Pan Media covering Champagne, the Rhone Valley, and other regions, and has been a freelance contributor to other magazines.

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