Check out a comparison of Saturnalia scores with the critics for Bordeaux 2022.
In the intricate world of viticulture, precipitation data emerges as a fundamental tool for vineyard management. Understanding the quantity, timing, and distribution of rainfall helps viticulturists make informed decisions to optimize grapevine health, prevent diseases, and enhance wine quality.
Land Surface Temperatures are one of the main sources of data leveraged by Saturnalia. Discover how useful it is for vineyards monitoring.
We upgraded our Fair Price model: users are now able to identify at a glance which wines are undervalued on the Bordeaux market.
If you have ever wondered how exactly we are able to disclose insights about grape quality, weather information and monitor the growing seasons thanks to satellites, you are in the right place. In this article, we will explore the use of earth observation satellites, particularly optical sensors, in vineyard monitoring.
“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%”
After a short summer break, we are back with our #wineleaks monthly issue. Let’s see which price fluctuations our AI-driven model expects for September on the Bordeaux market.
Here we are with our issue #6 of our Fine Wine Leaks. Generally, during these difficult days the market is going up and down: so what is happening with the fine wines of Bordeaux?
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.
With the publishing of the Wineleaks of July, we would like to add some new data to go along the market trends: Saturnalia Vintage Score and an average score given by Bordeaux major critics.