As we move into a new year for collectible drinks, we look back at the top 10 fine wine trends of the past 12 months.
After a year of ups and then downs the ten best performing wines of 2015 reflect the renewed diversity of the fine wine market.
Nearly 700 lots with a combined high estimate of HK$27.3m (US$3.5m) will be on offer at Zachys Hong Kong first 2016 auction.
Although Mouton Rothschild topped db‘s fine wine league table, 2015 was in fact the year of Haut-Brion and Pessac-Léognan.
The downward trajectory of the fine wine market looks to be bottoming out after an increasingly stable 2015.
A Bordeaux tribunal has rejected a complaint filed against the 2012 Saint Emilion classification by three estates.
Trading activity for Lafite’s 2012 vintage is still high since its release this summer despite a downgraded score.
A charity wine auction held by the Crus Classés de Graves has raised €10,000 for victims of the Paris attacks.
Fine wine auctioneer Hart Davis Hart has claimed it is the leading house in the US after a “record breaking” US$9.6 million sale.
This week we conclude our countdown of the top 10 most powerful fine wines of 2015 with a close look at those brands placed at positions five to one.
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