Top 10 fine wine trends of 2015

5. There is still a lack of confidence in the market; people are buying only what they need, hence the average value per trade on Liv-ex has continued to fall.

bordeaux casesIn 2014, Liv-ex recorded a 20% drop in the average price per unit traded from its peak in 2010/2011. Last year the decline continued, with a fall of 9.6%. But while merchants are spending less, they are trading more wine – the total number of transactions in 2014 rose almost 14%.

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