The value of confirmed bids and offers on the Liv-ex Exchange reached a new high last week of nearly £30 million.
China is no longer only about classified Bordeaux with the middle classes driving demand for entry-level wines, opening it up to other exporters for the first time, says the CEO of Vinexpo.
There have been many great vintages since 2000 and some are unsurprisingly overlooked but has the 2001 been overlooked more than the rest?
Christie’s next London sale will feature a line-up of classic Bordeaux and Burgundy from the likes of Domaine Leflaive and Petrus.
With Bordeaux prices still approaching a nadir, are the first growths back to competitive, attractive prices?
From the 2015 vintage, Bordeaux first growth Château Mouton Rothschild will be offering fewer wines en primeur due to a rising demand for wines in bottle.
Philippe Sereys de Rothschild, president of Château Mouton Rothschild, has made Chardonnay his focus at his Champagne project as he believes the grape to be the “white truffle” of the region.
Despite the doom and gloom headlines, you really can’t afford to leave Bordeaux out of your portfolio.
Following in the footsteps of the Fine Wine 100, the Liv-ex Fine Wine 1000 index also made gains in January with Bordeaux leading the way.
A recent tasting confirmed that the Bordeaux 2006 vintage doesn’t quite reach the heights of the 2005, but its high points are still impressive.
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