Comparing the market price for a case of wine traded on Liv-ex on 1st September 2013 with the market price a year later, makes for a revealing top 10.
There are reasons to be cheerful studying the Liv-ex Bordeaux 500 since July, and it’s not all down to Robert Parker.
Zachys has a line-up of Krug, Mouton signed by Andy Warhol and over 1,000 lots of Burgundy to sell at its next sale in New York at the end of this month.
Hong Kong’s merchants make their fine wine recommendations for Chinese New Year – from Port to Champagne and the Rhône.
Hubert de Boüard, of Château Angelus, has admitted the 2013 Bordeaux vintage was incredibly unusual, resulting in wines that are Burgundian in character.
Dubai’s luxury fine wine and spirits travel retailer, Le Clos, is drawing on its portfolio to offer a “stunning” array of Mouton Rothschild for Chinese New Year.
Hubert de Boüard, owner of Château Angelus in St Emilion, has hailed 2014 a “vintage for consumers” rather than collectors due to its fruit forward character.
“Considerable pent up demand” after the biggest downturn since World War II has led one wine investment firm to predict a 9% rise for the fine wine market in 2015.
2015 has got off to a promising start on Liv-ex, and not just because of a First Growth bounce.
The US press has been trawling over presidential wine stories in celebration of next week’s President’s Day on 16 February.
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