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Liv-ex members’ newsletter – July 2019

By July 23, 2019Member updates

Five reasons to start using Liv-ex Beta

Have you tried the new Liv-ex website recently? It might have changed a lot since you last looked. Recently, we added charts to the wine pages, but that’s not all. We’ll be adding more features over the coming months before the original site is closed, but there’s no need to wait before switching over. For five ways to start enjoying the benefits now, click here.

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Customise Liv-ex

You can now customise the way you view the new Liv-ex website. Selecting ‘compact view’ allows you to view more wines on screen. To visit the new site, click here.

Bordeaux 2018 report published

Our concluding report on this year’s En Primeur campaign is now available to download in English, French and German. In the report, we consider how diverging critics scores affected prices and sales, along with which releases represented ‘fair value’ and why. Stay tuned, later this month we will be publishing the Liv-ex Global Classification.

Updates to the Liv-ex Logistics guide

The Liv-ex settlement and logistics guide now includes the payment schedule for Q3 and updated contract conditions from the UK Warehousing Association (UKWA). To view the updated guide, please click here.

Liv-ex in the news

This month, Harpers, the drinks business and the Wine Advocate covered our concluding En Primeur report, while the Financial Times questioned if Burgundy’s bubble had bust. Wine Searcher also published an article on Bordeaux’s 2011 vintage.

You can also find the top fine wine market news stories on our press page, here.

Thank you for reading

We hope that you’ve found this edition useful. As always, you can keep up to date with developments as they happen by visiting the Liv-ex noticeboard. If you have any feedback or questions on this newsletter, please email [email protected] or call +44 (0)20 7062 8788.