Perhaps you're asking yourself, "What's my wine worth?" We would appreciate the opportunity to help you with a quick appraisal of your collection. Use the form below to send us a list of your wines (be sure to include every producer, vineyard or proprietary name, vintage, bottle size, and quantity available), and we will respond quickly with a complimentary assessment. Alternatively, you can send inventory documents and/or bottle photos via email to email@example.com. We strive to respond to all inquiries within 72 hours.
Update 4/6: An individual in California recently inherited a wine collection and asked us, "How much is my wine worth?" Among other things, the cellar included a bottle each of 1961 Latour, 1982 Cheval Blanc, 1983 Margaux, and 1990 Lafite Rothschild, and the market value of the parcel was over $42,000!
Update 4/13: A collector in California wished to sell his collection and asked, "How much is my wine worth?" The parcel includes bottles of 2003 Lafite Rothschild, 2000 Margaux, 2005 Harlan Estate, 2005 Pavie, 2000 Gaja Costa Russi, and a Magnum of 2009 Schrader Cabernet Sauvignon Old Sparky Backstoffer To Kalon Vineyard. We appraised that collection at over $31,000!
Update 5/22: A collector in Arizona sent us a short list of wine that included recent releases from Schrader, Scarecrow, and Harlan Estate, and the market value of those 28 bottles was over $11,500!
Update 6/13: A group of businessmen in Texas inquired about the value of a very large parcel that contained over 600 bottles, primary recent vintage Bordeaux (Lafite Rothschild, Carruades de Lafite, Margaux, Duhart Milon, and others), Burgundy (DRC and Claude Dugat), and California (Pride Vineyards). The total value of this parcel was over $179,000!
Update 7/1: Estate Wine has been engaged with a private family office looking to seek liquidity from a wine collection. Three parcels of wine in excess of 15,000 bottles representing an a cumulative value of $8.5 million.
Update 7/14: A collector recently asked Estate Wine to broker a parcel of cult California wines including Schrader, Kongsgaard, Scarecrow, and Sine Qua Non. The total market value of the parcel is in excess of $5.8K.
Update 8/3: We recently inspected a prestigious single-owner cellar in Chicago that had large quantities of original wooden cases from benchmark producers like Domaine de la Romanee-Conti, Lafite Rothschild, Latour, Margaux, Mouton Rothschild, and Petrus -- we appraised the total value at over $1.9 millon!
Update 11/7: A gentleman from Texas presented us with a small parcel of wine from Comte Liger-Belair, and while three bottles were rejected due to condition issues, we made an on-the-spot cash offer of over $2,000 for a mere seven bottles!