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Louis Roederer Cristal Rosé 2014 pricing analysis 

Recent trading activity

Opus One 2019 has been one of the most active wines so far this week. It last traded at £3,204 per 12×75, a 6.0% increase on its release price (£3,024 per case).  

Italy has accounted for 12.1% of trade by value since Monday. Tignanello 2019, Ornellaia 2012 and Sassicaia 2017 have been active this week. Tignanello 2020, which was released in March 2023, also traded several times this week. It was last traded at £1,374 per 12×75, an 11.7% increase on its release price of £1,230 per case.  

Louis Roederer Cristal Rosé 2014 pricing analysis 

Image is a bar chart of Cristal Rosé releases with their Market Price and Wine Advocate score.
Previous Louis Roederer Cristal Rosé releases with their Market Price and Wine Advocate scores. 2007 and 2005 were not rated by the publication.

Ahead of the upcoming release of Louis Roederer Cristal Rosé 2014, we review its price in the context of other vintages currently available.  

The chart above shows prices of previous vintages compared to their latest Wine Advocate scores. The 2005 and 2007 vintages were not scored by the publication, but Jancis Robinson rated Cristal Rosé 2005 17.5/20 and called it ‘luscious and lovely already’ when she tasted it in 2014. Antonio Galloni (Vinous) scored the 2007 vintage 97 points, praising its ‘extraordinary overall balance and remarkable finesse’.  

At the time of writing, Cristal Rosé 2014 had not yet been scored by any major critics.  

If the 2014 vintage were to be released at the same price as the 2013 (£4,364 per 12×75), and provided it is rated similarly highly to its predecessor, the wine might constitute a good opportunity.  

Release information  

Prices for Cristal Rosé are 52% correlated to age, meaning they follow the traditional pricing pattern for fine wine whereby vintages appreciate in price with the passing of time. As such, buyers might hope that the latest release enters the market at a lower price than previous vintages.  

Image shows an age regression chart for Cristal Rosé vintages between 2002 and 2012.
Cristal Rosé prices are 51.8% correlated with age.

For those seeking alternatives, the wines sitting below the trend line in the chart above offer relative value compared to other years. Cristal Rosé 2006, for example, has a Market Price of £4,920 per case and was rated 96 points by the Wine Advocate and 98 points by Antonio Galloni (Vinous). As such, it is cheaper than the 2009 vintage (£5,200 per case) even though it is better rated and has more years in bottle.   

There are currently over 30 LIVE opportunities for Cristal Rosé on Liv-ex. 

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