London-based Wilkinson Vintners are selling over 700 cases of first growths with vintages stretching back to a 1945 Château Haut Brion.
Liv-ex director James Miles has delivered a stark warning to Château-owners in the run-up to next year’s en primeur.
Hart Davis Hart’s Bordeaux-only sale realised just over US$5 million in a sale that was said to “bode well for Bordeaux’s future”.
California’s Harlan and Screaming Eagle wines achieved huge premiums on their estimates, setting new records at Wally’s and Crush auctions in New York last week.
The Liv-ex 100 index saw positive growth for a third consecutive month in October, while the Liv-ex 50 ran flat.
The worst days of Bordeaux seem to be behind it, while Burgundy continues to see lots of activity says Tom Stopford Sackville of Goedhuis Wines.
The Tesseron family claims to remain in the dark over the rejection of the 2012 vintage of its second wine by the AOC board.
Following France’s return to the top of the table for global wine production, figures have been released showing regional wine consumption across France.
The 2008 vintages of Penfolds Grange and non-first growth crus classés took centre stage in the fine wine world this week.
If Burgundy has been grabbing the headlines in this season’s US wine auctions, Chicago’s Hart Davis Hart hopes to redress the balance with its first Bordeaux only sale this Thursday.
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