With En Primeur 2020 officially finished, trade outside Bordeaux remained constant.
Italy and Burgundy had a good run in June, taking ‘equal parts of the market’ at 16.8%. Both sub-indexes had their best first half to the year. The Rhone also had a great month, rising another 0.6% from May. There was more movement around English and German wines in June. German whites from the Mosel (89%), Rheinhessen (9%), Nahe (0.8%) and Rheingau (0.4%) all increased last month and found buyers.
Fine wine prices steadily increased, with Liv-Ex 100 up 0.76%. This occurred from Burgundy 15 vintage and Bordeaux’s finest 2005, 2009 and 2010 pushing the market.
“En Primeur is not just a look into the future. The campaign highlights value in previous Bordeaux vintages too. Indeed, some the best price performers this month came from the French region’s two most expensive vintages, 2009 and 2010.” – Liv-Ex
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