Top 10 fine wine risers of 2016

The 10 best performing fine wine labels on the Fine Wine 1000 over the last year show there’s still room for appreciation in Domaine de la Romanée-Conti and signs of life for the Rhône.

fine-wine-1000-2016The main fine wine market narratives this year have been; the return to prominence of Bordeaux yet also the continued broadening of the market at large to other regions.

As was recently reported, Liv-ex has noted that over the last year more than 4,000 different wines from 670 brands have traded on its exchange – up from 3,000 wines from 265 brands last year.

The best performing wine labels from December 2015 to November 2016, in many ways reflect and echo the various news flashes and analysis that cropped up throughout the year.

The Fine Wine 1000 is a collection of indices that tracks the most widely traded fine wine labels from Bordeaux, Burgundy, Champagne, Italy, the Rhône and ‘Rest of the World’.

All prices are for a 12-bottle case.

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