Napa, Ca (PRWEB) May 05, 2015
Brentwood Wine Company, now a subsidiary of Benchmark Wine Group http://www.benchmarkwine.com, announced these days that it is performing its 1000th rare wine auction online at http://www.brentwoodwine.com. In 1998, Brentwood had been the very first company on earth to carry out weekly wine auctions. Since then, Brentwood has actually consistently held 1 to 2 auctions each week, culminating inside their 1000th auction at this time in progress.
Brentwood, which advertises “the world’s most interesting wine auctions,” features a larger breadth of item than nearly every various other auction home. With its sixteen year history, Brentwood’s choices have actually included the world’s oldest drinkable wine, the famous 1727 Bremer Ratskeller Rudesheimer Apolstelwein, nearly all other great collectable wine of the world, and unusual, rarely-seen treasures and affordable well-made wines. Unlike other wine deals, which charge buyers a 19-25percent premium above the hammer price, Brentwood charges only 6-12per cent, dependent on regularity of buying task. Brentwood also will purchase many wine choices outright during the average worth a collector would expect to web at auction, making it possible for faster, surer repayment.
To commemorate its 1000th auction, Brentwood features stocked a particularly large auction and completely waived its customer premium. This special zero advanced auction is running all the way through 11:00 Pacific Time this Wednesday, might 6 at http://www.brentwoodwine.com.
Concerns are directed to Matt Coelho at info(AT)brentwoodwine.com or 503 638-9463.
Documents discussed within release tend to be courtesy of The Wine Market Journal http://www.winemarketjournal.com. The Wine marketplace Journal has the most satisfactory wine auction files of every information resource, with more than 1.3 Million investments at practically all considerable auction homes returning to 1997. The Wine Market Journal is under shared ownership with Benchmark Wine Group and Brentwood Wine business.