Bordeaux Liv-Ex Wine Market Trade Share Drops From 2014

Bordeaux Liv-Ex Wine Market Trade Share Drops From 2014

by Westgarth Wines August 12, 2015

Bordeaux boomed for some time, but is showing signs that its time on top is ending. For some time, it remained on top given the interest of China, albeit the end of extravagant gifts there reduced the ease of incentive to buy fine wine there. Bordeaux's Liv-Ex share is now at a 74% average, down from 2014's 79%. The Left Banks's five first growths have remained steady, however. They still account for 31% of the regions' market activity, and Chateau Mouton Rothschild is most traded. 

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