Analysis of the current success of the Bordeaux indices on Liv-ex has shown that it is the 2012 vintage that is one of the driving forces behind the success of non-first growth wines.
Liv-ex’s Bordeaux indices are continuing to rise, especially on the Left Bank, driven by on-going demand for ‘good value’ claret.
Fine wine merchant Sarment has launched its second annual ‘Bordeaux Campaign’, where members can buy a selection of vintage wines direct from France as an alternative to buying en primeur.
There’s nothing quite like an architectural statement to generate press interest for wine producers, but some have gone much further than others when it comes to winery design…
Wines from the Right Bank dominated the top places in Jancis Robinson MW’s latest report on the Bordeaux 2012 vintage, with one seeing gains on Liv-ex as a result.
Hong Kong businessman Peter Kwok has bought his seventh château in Bordeaux – this time in partnership with French and Belgian investors.
A fantastic array of rare Champagne and claret belonging to Yves Saint Laurent’s partner, Pierre Bergé, is to be auctioned in Paris next week.
The ‘Rest of the World 50’ sub-index on the Liv-ex Fine Wine 1000 declined in February as Bordeaux continued to make (small) gains.
American oak “does not match” with Cabernet Sauvignon, according to Brad Grimes, winemaker at Napa’s Abreu Vineyards.
Fine wine merchant Bordeaux Index has rebranded to the simpler ‘BI’ to better reflect its diverse range and expertise.
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