“in the two months since its inception (8 September 2022), the Saturnalia Model Portfolio returned 5.8%. During the same period, the Liv-ex 100 gained 1.3%”
En Primeur 2021: empty, half or full glass? A comparison between wine critics and the Saturnalia Vintage Score.
How far is our score in comparison of the main critics? Is the Saturnalia Vintage Score – computed in advance – reliable? Let me prove our point with some comparison.
Wine informatics: when satellite data and wine semantics meet through AI
The purpose of the collaboration is to leverage machine learning to evaluate the correlations between the taste profile, the vintages evolution and the optimal drinking window.
Bordeaux 2021 at a “satellite glance”
Soon after the end of the harvest, and thanks to the data collected from satellites and weather stations, Saturnalia every year processes more than 4 billion pixels of the whole planted area of Bordeaux. After putting our proprietary algorithms to work we are then able to extract our Vintage Score, which tells you in advance how the vintage went for the most renowned AOCs of the region.
Jancis Robinson and Jane Anson’s Bordeaux 2020 assessments compared with Saturnalia predictions
Following our last article on Bordeaux 2020, we now discuss what Jancis Robinson and Jane Anson stated by comparing our satellite-derived predictions published back in November 2020.
Bordeaux 2020: Saturnalia November predictions compared with critics’ assessments
In November 2020 we derived our quality predictions for Bordeaux 2020. Now that the En Primeur disclosed its wines, we wanted to see if our predictions were aligned with the critics’ statements.