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Château Angélus leads weekly trade

  • Bordeaux’s share of trade declined this week but all the other regions rose. 
  • Château Angélus 2014 was the week’s top traded wine. 
  • The Fine Wine Market in 2022 and December Market Report were both published this week. 

Regional trade share  

Bordeaux’s trade share declined this week, down to 34.7% after hitting 41.8% last week. The difference in trade share was spread across the remaining regions, which all saw their shares of trade rise. 

Trade for the ‘other’ regions was especially diverse this week; encompassing Argentina (0.2%), Australia (0.3%), Chile (0.1%), China (0.1%), Germany (0.4%), New Zealand (0.1%), Portugal (0.1%), Spain (0.8%) and Switzerland (0.2%). 

The top traded wines from these countries included Catena Zapata Adrianna Vineyard White Bones Chardonnay 2014, By Far RP Cote Vineyard Pinot Noir 2019, Dönnhoff Niederhauser Hermannshöhle Riesling GG 2021, and Alvaro Palacios Finca Dofi 2018

The week’s top traded wines 

However, the top traded wine of the week was Château Angélus 2014. The wine has been rising in value since 2021 and hit a new trading high in mid-November this year. 

Sassicaia 2019 was also among the top-traded wines this week. It has been the most traded Italian wine this year, and was given 100-points by The Wine Independent in September. 

Weekly insights recap 

This week we published an update on the performance of the Liv-ex Fine Wine 1000 in November. The index declined 0.6%, with all of its sub-indices falling, except the Italy 100. 

This week’s insights looked at why the Right Bank 50 was outperforming the First Growths, Neal Martin’s high-scoring 2018 Burgundies and the best value vintages of Le Pin

Two reports were published this week. The December Market Report includes the best-performing wines from Tuscany last month, Jane Anson’s assessment of Château Clerc Milon and the performance of the Rhône. 

Meanwhile, the report on the Fine Wine Market in 2022 looked at the performance of the secondary market this year and the increasing headwinds that have started to blunt its forward progress.  

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