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Angélus 2010 leads weekly trade by value

  • Château Angélus 2010 led weekly market activity, with multiple trades at recent highs.
  • Bordeaux, Champagne, Tuscany, Piedmont and the ‘others’ increased their share of trade.
  • Weekly insights covered new releases from Château d’Yquem and Pol Roger, Dom Pérignon’s ‘Creator Edition’ wines and Chile’s secondary market.

Regional trade this week

Bordeaux’s weekly share of trade by value rose to 34.1%, driven by demand for its 2019 and 2010 vintages. The First Growths’ accounted for 30.4% of Bordeaux’s total market.

Champagne also made more notable gains this week, increasing its share from 10.2% to 15.2%, with Louis Roederer’s Cristal leading trade by value and Billecart-Salmon’s Rosé topping trade by volume.

Meanwhile, Champagne house Pol Roger released the latest vintage of its Cuvée Sir Winston Churchill. The 2013 was offered at £1,920 per case yesterday (24th March). The wine has already seen trades on Liv-ex at £1,860 per 12×75.

Tuscany (8.0%), Piedmont (6.6%) and the ‘others’ (4.5%) also increased their market share. Chile (1.1%), whose secondary market was examined in an article earlier this week, led trade for the ‘others’ category.

This week’s top traded

Château Angélus 2010 topped this week’s most active wines, having last traded at £3,465 per 12×75. The wine also sold earlier this week at a record price of £3,575 per case. Since release, Angélus 2010’s price has risen 43.8%, as seen in the chart below.

Angélus 2010 trades on Liv-ex

Weekly recap

First published exclusively for Liv-ex members, our latest report on Burgundy was made available to all this week. Meanwhile, members received analysis on the Burgundy’s grands crus that offer the best relative value.

We also looked at the price premium of celebrity wines, in particular the performance of Dom Pérignon’s ‘Creator Edition’ wines on the secondary market.


Liv-ex analysis is drawn from the world’s most comprehensive database of fine wine prices. The data reflects the real time activity of Liv-ex’s 560+ merchant members from across the globe. Together they represent the largest pool of liquidity in the world – currently £100m of bids and offers across 16,000 wines. Independent data, direct from the market.

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