At the start of the year we made some predictions for the fine wine market in 2016, how true did they turn out to be?
Which fine wines might be poised to go up a gear in 2017 and reward the canny investor? There are plenty of picks in Bordeaux, California and Italy still.
The 10 best performing fine wine labels on the Fine Wine 1000 over the last year show there’s still room for appreciation in DRC and signs of life for the Rhône
Bernard Magrez, the owner of Pape Clément, has acquired a parcel of vines in St-Estéphe for a newly created label.
Having recorded a full year of monthly gains in November, the Fine Wine 100 – the industry benchmark – has also outperformed other global indices over the course of 2016 Liv-ex has reported.
波尔多酒业大亨Bernard Magrez，克莱蒙教皇酒庄（Pape Clément）庄主，买下了圣埃斯泰夫（St.Estephe）地区几块新的葡萄地，准备推出一个新的葡萄酒品牌。
John Fox, owner of bankrupt fine wine retailer Premier Cru, has been sentenced to six-and-a-half years in prison for running a ponzi scheme for two decades.
What fine wines have come in and out of fashion during 2016? And what will do well in 2017? We find out the latest trends from the world’s leading merchants.
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