Our in-depth reports take a close look at recent trends in the fine wine market.
Annual and quarterly reviews
December 2022: The Fine Wine Market in 2022
October 2022: The fine wine market in Q3 2022
July 2022: The fine wine market in Q2 2022
April 2022: The fine wine market in Q1 2022
December 2021: The fine wine market in 2021
October 2021: Quarterly Review July to September 2021
December 2020: The fine wine market in 2020
December 2019: The fine wine market in 2019
We look at regions and vintages in focus.
January 2022: Burgundy 2021 – For the few, not the many (Liv-ex members only)
October 2022: The fine wine market in Asia-Pacific
September 2022: Champagne: The growing secondary market for luxury
January 2022: Burgundy 2020 – Stocks and sweet spots
August 2021: California – A golden era for the golden state
January 2021: Burgundy – A journey of discovery
November 2020: The Rhone – Solid as a Rock
January 2020: Burgundy – After the peak
September 2019: The fine wines of Italy – past, present and future
January 2019: Burgundy – in the spotlight
October 2018: Champagne – a market without bubbles
February 2018: Burgundy – The market’s favourite tipple
October 2017: Bordeaux 2015 – An update
February 2017: Finding value in Bordeaux 2014
Annual coverage on the Bordeaux En Primeur campaign.
June 2022: Bordeaux 2021 – Predictable chaos
July 2021: Bordeaux 2020 – Back to square one
April 2021: Bordeaux 2020 – A sense of déjà vu
July 2020: Bordeaux 2019 – The magic is back
April 2020: Bordeaux 2019 – The value of time
June 2019: Bordeaux 2018 – A perplexing vintage
March 2019: Bordeaux 2018 – Keenly poised
June 2018: Bordeaux 2017 – A risky strategy
April 2018: Navigating Bordeaux 2017
June 2017: Bordeaux 2016 – Hit and miss
April 2017: Bordeaux 2016 – A new dawn for En Primeur?
July 2016: Bordeaux 2015 – Concluding report
The Power 100 is the annual list of the most powerful brands in the fine wine market. It is published towards the end of each year in conjunction with the drinks business.
The Liv-ex Classification
The 1855 Classification was drawn up by the Bordeaux Brokers Union for use as part of the regional display at the 1855 Paris Universal Exhibition. Based wholly on price, and including only the major estates of the Left Bank, it still defines the way we think about and refer to Bordeaux wines. Liv-ex has created its own classification that ranks wines by their average trade prices, which has been updated every two years since 2009 to reflect the changing buying patterns of the trade. The next update is due in 2021.
The Liv-ex Classification 2021 – Blog article
The Liv-ex Classification 2019 – Blog article
The Liv-ex Bordeaux Classification 2015 – Blog article
The Liv-ex Bordeaux Classification 2013 – Blog article
The Liv-ex Bordeaux Classification 2011 – Blog article
The Liv-ex Bordeaux Classification 2009 –Blog article