Cavebb logo

CaveBB is a fine wine merchant based in Zurich, Switzerland. They specialise in buying and selling fine wines from Bordeaux, Burgundy, Barolo, Barbaresco and Tuscany. We caught up with Claudia Schürmann from the CaveBB team to find out what they value most about their Liv-ex membership.

Trading

“Hassle-free transactions”

CaveBB frequently uses Liv-ex to source fine wines. Schürmann described the process as “hassle free” compared to buying wines from other online sources, where stock might not be available despite being advertised.

She noted that when you see a wine on Liv-ex, you can be completely confident that it’s available: “You know that there is an offer and you can bid. You do the deal and that’s it – it only takes a minute.”

Account Manager

“Our Account Manager helps us to find opportunities”

Schürmann also commented on the usefulness of having a dedicated point of contact at Liv-ex: “Our Account Manager sends us offers and it definitely helps. It’s stock that we might otherwise miss, so this helps us to find opportunities.”

Collections

“Collections are very convenient”

CaveBB also make use of Liv-ex’s international collection services to help settle their trades. Schürmann called the collections “very convenient and competitively priced”. The low flat-rate services have helped CaveBB to trade internationally – without them, collecting from Switzerland can be very expensive. She added, “Now that collections take place on weekly basis, it makes trading even easier.”

Book a demo with the Liv-ex team

REQUEST A DEMO

TRUSTED BY WINE PROFESSIONALS WORLDWIDE BOTH LARGE AND SMALL

How much Latour 1961 could you buy for the price of DRC Romanee Conti 1945?

| Auctions, Burgundy, Fine Wine Market | No Comments
On Saturday, two bottles of DRC Romanee Conti 1945 broke the record for the most expensive wines ever sold at…
Jancis Robinson's top-scoring Bordeaux 2016 red wines

The Southwold assessment: Jancis Robinson on Bordeaux 2016

| Bordeaux, Bordeaux 2016, Critic Reviews, Critical Opinion, Fine Wine Market, Wine Investment | No Comments
“I have just had the pleasure of wallowing in the best Bordeaux vintage I will probably ever taste: 2016.” This…

Value in Bordeaux 2019: The Wine Advocate’s view

| Bordeaux, Bordeaux 2019, Critic Reviews, Critical Opinion, Fine Wine Market | No Comments
Last week, The Wine Advocate published part 2 of Lisa Perrotti-Brown MW’s Bordeaux 2019 coverage, including late barrel samples and…