- Clos des Lambrays trade by value and volume has risen in 2021 compared with previous years.
- Activity is particularly focused on the 2017 and 2018 vintages.
Earlier this year Domaine des Lambrays announced a change to its distribution in the UK and a substantial increase in the price of its grand cru label, Clos des Lambrays.
The 2019 vintage was released in March for £4,320 per case, 84% above the Market Price of the 2018 at that time.
Liv-ex examined the market for Clos des Lambrays prior to the release and found it (and indeed Morey-St-Denis wines in general) offered substantial value as Burgundy Grand Crus.
In the first half of this year alone, trade by value in Clos des Lambrays is 43% higher than it was in the whole of 2020 and volume trade is up 22%.
Clos des Lambrays is currently the second most-traded Burgundian wine (LWIN7) by volume so far this year.
The 2017 has a current Market Price of £1,850 (12×75) – the least expensive of recent vintages – and the 2018 £2,180.
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