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Duncan Lawrie says Bordeaux wine performing better than FTSE

Duncan Lawrie the private banker is advising clients to invest in next year&#39s first growth Bordeaux wines.


The returns on wine investments have compared favourably with the FTSE 100 and are not subject to Capital Gains Tax.


Prices have dropped by 35 per cent following the economic crises in the Far East but the private bank says prices will start to rise in April 1999 when more stock becomes available.

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