Broader fine wine market up 0.3% in September

So far in 2019, the Liv-ex 1000 – the broadest measure of the fine wine market – has dipped 0.7%. The index rose 0.3% in September to close on 360.88.

Both the industry benchmark, the Liv-ex 100, and the Fine Wine 50 index dipped 0.3% in September.

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Within the Liv-ex 1000 sub-indices, the Burgundy 150 was the biggest riser, up 2.6%. Read our latest update on the region’s brightest star, DRC, here.

The Champagne 50 also rose 0.6%, while the Italy 100 was up 0.2%. The biggest faller in September was the Bordeaux Legends 50, down 0.9%.

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