As currency fluctuates and stock markets struggle to hold their nerve in the wake of ‘Brexit’, fine wine is gliding on apparently quite unconcerned.
Château Mouton Rothschild and Ducru-Beaucaillou have left it fashionably late to join the party but arrive they have, will buyers boogie?
Ten bottles of Château Mouton Rothschild 1945 from the collection of Bill Koch has set a new record as one of the most expensive wine lots ever sold at auction.
In celebration of Christie’s 250 year anniversary and 30 years in Hong Kong, Christie’s will host a bumper May auction in aid of the French Red Cross.
Helped by first growth trade, the Fine Wine 100 index gained a further 1% in April, the fifth consecutive monthly rise.
The Liv-ex Fine Wine 100 recorded its biggest rise this March since February 2013, up just under 3%.
With 2015 expected to be stronger in quality than the already strong 2014s, price increases are a certainty this campaign – but how much more expensive will they be?
Top Bordeaux and Henri Jayer led Sotheby’s latest London sale, which also featured the second tranche of ex-cellar Ornellaia.
Prestige cuvée Champagnes were among the leading brands in February as the Liv-ex Fine Wine 100 index rose 1.2%, its biggest gain in over a year.
Christie’s first Hong Kong sale of 2016 is awash with top Burgundy and Bordeaux – here is a selection of the best lots on offer.
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