Optimism Grows From Positive Momentum of Liv-ex Bordeaux 500

February 18, 2015

If you bought Château Haut Bailly 2009 six months ago, your investment would have already grown 62.4% in value. Robert Parker's decision to upgrade his score to 100 points has helped fuel the massive rise in value, but beyond Château Haut Bailly 2009, the top twenty performers on the Liv-ex Bordeaux 500 are up 15% or more since July 2014.

As the 2014 campaign approaches, the industry needs a bit of positive momentum as the past four years have been a rough ride with the en primeur campaigns.

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