The Latest of the Bordeaux Market

The Latest of the Bordeaux Market

by Westgarth Wines October 07, 2015

First Growths are, well, the first thing many think of when it comes to Bordeaux and since they have slipped 39% from their peak performance in 2011, one has to wonder if this is indicative of the Bordeaux market as a whole. Looking at the Liv-ex indices, the Right Bank 100 has risen 7.6%. Angelus was the star performer, no doubt making gains due to graduating up to being a Premier Grand Cru Classé A in 2012. Los Fourtet was runner up as those who buy premium wine clamored for more after it received a perfect Parker score. While the First Growths may remain the first names in Bordeaux, the less known are starting to make a name for themselves.

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