The Liv-ex January Market Report has been published exclusively for members on our Silver tier package or higher. The following is an extract.
The fine wine market ends 2021 at a record high
The Liv-ex Fine Wine 100 index rose 23.1% in 2021, outperforming gold and the FTSE 100. The industry benchmark has been trending upwards since May 2020, with the fine wine market continuously breaking records – including an all-time high exposure.
The Liv-ex Fine Wine 1000 index went up 19.1%. While all of its sub-indices made gains last year, the Champagne 50 stood out, with a 40.5% annual rise. The Burgundy 150 was the next-best performer, up 31.0%.
In terms of December trade share, Burgundy (29.8%) overtook Bordeaux (25.4%) to become the most traded region by value. Champagne took 13.0% of the market, while the Rhône and the USA accounted for 4.2% and 7.6% respectively.
The full report contains additional Liv-ex research and analysis:
- Sassicaia 2018 leads trade by volume in 2021
- Jancis Robinson publishes Burgundy 2020 scores
- The best Liv-ex 100 price performers in December
- Wine industry news
- Secondary market hits £100m exposure
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