The 2005 vintage of Haut-Brion has dipped below £5,000 a case on Liv-ex, further strengthening the index’s claim it offers the best value of the first growths.
The 2009 vintages of Lafite and Latour find themselves in very different places four years after their release, with a 30% gap in pricing now separating the two.
Scottish artist Jonathan Warrender has taken inspiration from Bordeaux to create a collection of 26 drawings featuring some of the region’s most famous châteaux.
Latour has released its 2007 Forts de Latour without the significant premium that marked its previous (and first) ex-cellar release.
French billionaire François Pinault, owner of Bordeaux first growth Château Latour, has bought Araujo Estate in the Napa Valley.
US billionaire wine collector Bill Koch has won a legal victory over internet entrepreneur Eric Greenberg in a lawsuit over 24 fake bottles of wine.
Bordeaux first growth Latour has topped Liv-ex’s bi-annual classification of the Left Bank.
Following yesterday’s Latour releases, some merchants and commentators have questioned the high premium, branding it “too high”.
After leaving the en primeurs last year, Latour has re-released its 1995 and 2005 Forts de Latour well in advance of this year’s campaign.
Christie’s has said that it will be responsible for auctioning the wines from the UK government’s cellar.
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