Expectation surrounding the 2005s is building and pushing up prices for top estates – Liv-ex has the biggest movers so far.
From an investment point of view it is best to buy the “vintages of the century” en primeur or later?
Château Palmer’s 2005 is the latest wine from that vintage to see an increase in trade as anticipation over Robert Parker’s forthcoming ’05 retrospective builds.
Fine wine merchant Bordeaux Index is offering its clients a 10 imperial collection of Left Bank Bordeaux from the 2014 vintage.
Cockburn’s is set to release its 1977 vintage for the first time as part of work to restore the Port brand to its former glory.
A gang of wine thieves accused of stealing a million euros worth of wine from some of Bordeaux’s top estates has gone on trial in France.
Featuring smaller-sized lots and classic vintages of Burgundy and Bordeaux, Acker will offer Asia collectors what the auction house describes as “the best of France, Europe and Beyond.”
Sotheby’s London fine wine sale saw strong bidding for Champagne and a case of Armand Rousseau beating Domaine de la Romanée-Conti into second place.
Château Margaux recently unveiled its new winery and vinothèque designed by Sir Norman Foster and his team.
How broad is the price variation between the cheapest and most expensive vintages in Bordeaux?
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