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Your clients may collect wine and spirits as an investment, for enjoyment, or both. Either way, they’ll need to protect those valuable bottles so that if they break, spoil, get damaged or stolen, your clients can quickly resolve these issues.

What if

this happened to your clients?

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Imagine this situation – and see the difference a Chubb Valuable Articles policy can make.

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The Chubb difference

What’s important to your clients is important to us, so we go the extra mile to help make sure their wine and spirits stay safe.


  • Focus on keeping their collection safe: We provide complimentary loss prevention and preservation advice for your clients’ wine and spirits, whether they have one bottle or 1,000.
  • Complimentary referrals: Your clients can access our Preferred Service Provider Network, all of whom are carefully screened for quality and expertise. Chubb clients can log in to their client portal and select “Benefits and Offers” to search for a Preferred Service Provider or call 1.877.60CHUBB.
  • Dedicated in-house collection specialists: Our in-house specialists are experts in their fields and can provide advice on how best to store and ship wine and spirits, as well as how to implement an emergency plan to keep them safe in a pinch.
  • You’ll never hear “that’s good enough”: Chubb’s policy covers everything from breakage of bottles, to lost shipments, to your clients’ newly acquired vintages, single malts, or other valuable beverages.

Complimentary

services from Chubb

Chubb’s expertise in loss prevention, underwriting, and claims allows us to respond to the evolving needs of our wine or spirits collector clients. Our specialists provide risk consulting on topics such as fire and security protection and environmental analysis, and can recommend resources for appraisals, cellar management, storage, and transportation. Our worldwide presence helps us better serve our clients and develop local contacts with key resources.


Our complimentary services include:


  • Cellar risk assessment: Review of security controls, fire detection systems, environmental exposures, and inventory management programs.
  • Infrared assessment: Use of infrared technology to detect potentially harmful environmental conditions that are unseen but can damage collections.
  • Off-site wine storage assessment: Analysis of security controls, operations, and environmental conditions such as temperature, humidity, and lighting.
  • Emergency planning consultation: Customized guidance to help prepare for and respond to natural and man-made disasters.
  • Pre-renovation consultation: Recommendations to protect a wine cellar during a renovation, including proper vibration controls, seismic bracing, and storage conditions.
  • Referrals to wine professionals: Access to a vast network of sommeliers, appraisers, advisors, storage facilities, transporters, and custom cellar designers.
  • Review of consignment agreements: Evaluation of current and potential consignees from a coverage and loss control perspective.

Protection

your clients can appreciate

Whether your clients consider themselves collectors of fine wine and spirits, or simply enjoy the taste from time to time, help them make sure their valuables are fully protected.


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Valuable articles coverage for wine and spirits brochure

This brochure is your clients’ resource for protecting their wine and spirits. Make sure their valuables are protected, whether they have one bottle or 1,000.

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Want to learn more? Join us for a wine and spirits webinar!

Join Laura Doyle, Vice President, Art, Jewelry & Valuable Collections Manager, Chubb Personal Risk Services and Neil Kaplan, Managing Partner at Cork Counsel, Wine Appraiser and Insurance Inspector, and Wine Collection Broker as they discuss the latest trends in wine and spirits collecting and risk management.