New records for Henri Jayer were set at Sotheby’s latest London sale as bidding on a “time capsule” of wines from the domaine propelled the auction to a £1.5 million haul.
Château Palmer has released the price of its second wine ‘Alter Ego’, which at €44 is just over 14% more the opening price of the 2014 wine.
When debating what wine is ‘worth’ from a purely monetary point of view, it’s very easy to sometimes forget that, intrinsically, it simply makes us happy.
The number of en primeur releases is starting to pick up with Pape Clément, Armailhac, Malescot St Exupéry and Langoa Barton now out.
Baghera Wines will auction over 1,400 bottles of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti in Geneva this month, at an auction its founder says will “go down in history”.
Bordeaux and Champagne make up the lion’s share of Bonhams upcoming fine wine sale in London.
After a short lull in releases the Bordeaux en primeur campaign continues this morning with Beychevelle and Lafleur – are their prices “fair”?
Zachys’ second Hong Kong auction of 2016 offers top notch spirits and the fourth instalment from its prestigious Chairman’s Collection.
Life and everything else in-between is uncertain and it’s best to expect the unexpected – so don’t neglect diversifying your portfolio.
Helped by first growth trade, the Fine Wine 100 index gained a further 1% in April, the fifth consecutive monthly rise.
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