Every wine connoisseur seems to have his or her own preferences when it comes to taste. What most can agree on, however, is that there is nothing quite as pleasant as settling in with a delightful vintage. No one knows fine and vintage wine like The Antique Wine Company. With holdings of more than 10,000 bottles of some the finest wines on the planet, one could say it holds the crown for providing the highest quality wine to its clients.
Headquartered in London, it’s client base spans more than 70 countries and numbers over 20,000. So why do so many of world’s preeminent connoisseurs choose The Antique Wine Company. With it’s meticulous emphasis on quality, the company has broken sales records with some of the best of its collection. In 2011, it broke the world record for the most expensive bottle of wine sold. It’s 1811 Chateau d’Yquem was sold for £75,000 to a one-time sommelier.
As one of the most respected dealers in fine wine in the world, The Antique Wine Company finds itself being studied by smaller cellars looking to build an identity. Regarded in the industry as top experts, luxury cellars and wealthy private collectors alike solicit advance and management expertise from the company. The reputation it’s built has made it the first place up-and-coming participants in the industry look for insight on trends and general guidance.
A little over 30 years ago, CEO Stephen Williams started from the ground up to build a brand whose name has become synonymous with luxury. His vision and forethought is embedded into the fabric of the business. His passion and dedication spanning decades has catapulted The Antique Wine Company into a beacon of respectability among its peers.
So what does the future hold for Mr. Williams’ brand? Well if recent years are an indication, the future is very bright. With his leadership, The Antique Wine Company has grown by leaps and bounds to firmly cement itself as a leader in rarest and finest vintage wines, with no signs of letting up.