Like a work of art or a piece of fine jewellery, a fine bottle of wine or spirits can be a treasure, with special memories and unique stories.

With our broad coverage and unparalleled service, you can trust Chubb to help protect the very special things you’ve acquired over the years.

Chubb Masterpiece Wine & Spirits Insurance Highlights

  • Individualised coverage 

    We offer flexible, worldwide coverage options to meet your unique needs. Cover an entire collection with blanket coverage, itemise your individual bottles, or do both. It’s up to you.

  • Optional cash settlement

    In the unfortunate event that your wine is irreparably damaged, lost or stolen, you can choose to take cash up to the sum insured rather than replacing if it suits you better.

  • Paying market value 

    In certain cases, we’ll pay more than the amount itemised on your policy to account for increases in market value.

  • Coverage for Mechanical Breakdown

    We provide coverage for wine which has been damaged due to loss of power supply or mechanical breakdown of climate control equipment.

Chubb Masterpiece Wine & Spirits Inurance Exclusions

Some of the primary exclusions include loss to wine caused by:

  • An intentional act by someone covered under the policy.

  • Extreme temperature, gradual deterioration or spoilage.

  • Stealing, theft or other misappropriation where directed by someone covered under the policy.

  • Wear & tear, fading, rust and corrosion.

Have Questions?
Have questions regarding covering your collections? Contact a broker to get a quote.
It’s important to stay abreast of what’s happening in the market and how it might affect the value of your wine and spirits collections.

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