Interest in Bordeaux 2010 Vintage Growing

August 06, 2015

In the build-up to and immediately after Robert Parker’s 10-year retrospective, the 2005s were all the rage, prices rose, trade went up but, like cherry blossom, the attention was brief.

After a week those highly-rated wines had traded as much as they were going to and those tipped for success that fell short quickly saw interest drop away as well. Over the course of the month when it was in the eye of the storm trade in the vintage dropped from a high of 23.4% share of trade to just 9.2%.

Liv-ex reports that trade in the 2009s has remained steady but the space left by declining interest in the 2005s has given the 2010s room to manoeuvre.

In July the vintage took 18.2% of the share of the trade in Bordeaux with Pontet-Canet and La Mission Haut-Brion in particular seeing “high activity”. The five most traded 2010s last month were: Pontet-Canet, Duhart Milon, Palmer, La Mission and Margaux.

The 2010s represented a new peak for Bordeaux release prices when they came out in 2011 but they appeared in a market that was already beginning to falter and prices immediately suffered in the secondary market.

Prices have been declining steadily for the last four years – as has the wider market – but the signs are now that most of the wines have found their bottom.

 

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