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Wine News Italy – Italian wines on the Liv-ex: Piedmont is growing, but the scepter is still from Tuscany

By October 15, 2021Press coverage

Italy is, on a stable basis, the third most “traded” wine region on the secondary fine wine market, with a value share of 16%, behind only Bordeaux (40.5%) and Burgundy (20.4%) , as the Liv-ex data recalls. Historically, the heaviest item concerns the wines of Tuscany, which represent, on average over the last twenty years, 72% of the bottles exchanged, thanks to their enormous liquidity, to the strength of brands such as Sassicaia, Ornellaia, Masseto, Tignanello, Solaia, Case Basse Soldera, Biondi Santi, and a substantially stable production in numbers.

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