We run through a few predictions for the fine wine market in 2016, from more Champagne releases to the rise of California and Piedmont.
With a new year comes new opportunities and plenty of speculation but what will really change?
Hopes that fine wine’s secondary market might show signs of growth after 2014 came to naught, but another major dip was averted.
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.
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