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Welcome to the Justerinis' Broking List

Our Broking List is a compilation of our fine and rare stocks and is downloadable in Excel format. It comprises wines from our own inventory and clients’ stock, which we are selling on their behalf. We are scrupulous about condition and provenance, so you can buy with confidence in the knowledge that these wines have been well sourced and stored.

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Vintages

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Bottle sizes

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Cases sizes

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Just Ins - Latest Additions

Just Ins collates the most recent additions to our Broking List - here you'll find everything that has been listed for sale in the last month. With all manner of gems, from the roasted slopes of Côte Rôtie to the rolling hills of Tuscany, you'll find this is a trove worth mining.

Col. Vint.
Wine / Producer Appellation / Region
Format Cs. Btls. Price Tax
  2002
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Format Price Tax
1x75cl 4 0 £250.00 dp Buy
  1999
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Format Price Tax
1x75cl 3 0 £350.00 dp Buy
  2002
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Format Price Tax
1x75cl 4 0 £200.00 dp Buy
  2002
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Format Price Tax
1x75cl 2 0 £800.00 dp Buy
  2005
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Format Price Tax
1x75cl 9 0 £300.00 dp Buy
  2009
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Format Price Tax
1x75cl 6 0 £300.00 dp Buy
  1997
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Format Price Tax
1x75cl 6 0 £950.00 dp Buy
  1999
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Format Price Tax
1x75cl 10 0 £1,250.00 dp Buy
  2002
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Format Price Tax
1x75cl 2 0 £700.00 dp Buy
  1978
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Format Price Tax
1x70cl 1 0 £1,800.00 dp Buy

Broking Services

List Your Wines

Today, there are an ever increasing number of private investors and wine funds who are tapping into the potential of wine. Some collectors simply buy too much and need to thin out their stocks, while others who purchased wines with the intention of drinking them are stunned to discover that their portfolio is worth a considerable sum, sometimes too considerable to warrant drinking... If you find yourself in any of these positions, or you would simply like to realise some capital from your wine collection, we offer two straightforward ways of selling your wine.

Collecting Fine Wine

The idea of building a cellar for future financial gains is by no means a new phenomenon, but it has gained a great deal of interest in recent years. Many clients use wine as a means of diversifying their investment portfolio and enjoy the idea of owning tangible assets. Over the past 10 years, the fine wine market has grown from a few traditional centres based on old historic links with the French winegrowing regions into a truly global market.

Provenance

When it comes to purchasing wine, provenance is of upmost importance. A wine’s history, where it’s sourced from and how it’s been stored, can have an enormous influence on the eventual enjoyment it gives. At Justerini & Brooks we can trace nearly every case back to the domaine, estate or Chateau it originally came from - we ship from over 200 wine producers throughout the world. Wines not bought directly from the vineyard are either sourced from trusted suppliers with whom we share the same philosophy and rigour in buying or from our own network of Cellarers customers. These customers’ wines are stored in prime conditions in Octavian Corsham and, in the vast majority of cases, have been stored by us since the wine was first shipped.