With the end of the year approaching it seems increasingly likely that the secondary market for fine wine will end the year positively.
June saw the Liv-ex Fine Wine 100 index rise for the seventh consecutive month as the recovery of the market continues apace.
The Liv-ex Fine Wine 100 index ran flat in May with Bordeaux first growths accounting for the majority of wines that went up – and down over the course of the month.
For a record thirteenth straight month the Liv-ex 100 index has fallen, with Bordeaux the chief casualty.
Liv-ex has launched a new index to track the 500 best performing Bordeaux wines.
Prices of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti’s continued to rise and Bordeaux 2009 has been given a boost by recent acclaim from the critics.
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