There was a high level of activity surrounding 2010 Bordeaux on Liv-ex last week, as the vintage accounted for 42.8% of all Bordeaux trade by value.
The gap between Montrose’s 2009 and 2010 vintages still stands at 18% in favour of the 2009 despite both wines having 100 points.
Pavie’s 2010 has been up-graded to a “perfect” 100-points by Robert Parker in the latest issue of The Wine Advocate.
As trade in the Bordeaux 2005s has blossomed and faded, interest in the 2010 vintage has begun to pick up.
Over half of the 49 Bordeaux wines given a “perfect” 100-point score by Robert Parker since 2000 are currently trading below £5,000 a case.
With Lafite’s 2010 vintage now over 50% below its release price, is now the time to buy?
Bordeaux 2010 has accounted for 13% of all trade by value so far in March on the Liv-ex index.
The prices of some 2010 Bordeaux have seen a slight increase since the release of Robert Parker’s scores – in particular 100-point winners such as Pontet-Canet.
Wine critic Robert Parker has scored 10 wines from the 2010 vintage 100 points in a surprise turnaround.
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