Top 10 fine wine trends of 2015

6. Overall, the Liv-ex 100* is up 1.3% year-to-date, which suggests that the Bordeaux misery is coming to an end, helped by a dramatic drop in claret prices.

Lafite-harvest-season-High-copyKey to this turnaround will be next year’s en primeur release – Bordeaux 2015.

Justin Gibbs says, “2015 is a great opportunity for Bordeaux to put itself at the front of the fine wine market again; at the right price it will work, and it might well be what the market needs to go from flat-lining to sustained upward movement.”

*The Liv-ex 100 represents the price movement of 100 of the most sought-after fine wines for which there is a strong secondary market.

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