Fine Wine Prices Continue To Rise Across All Regions

Fine wine prices rose across all regions in November, during what is now the market’s longest bull-run in history.
  • The broadest measure of the market, the Liv-ex 1000 index, rose 2.4% in November.
  • While all of the sub-indices went up, the Champagne 50 was the best performer and the Rhône 100 – the slowest riser.
  • Wines from Burgundy and Champagne saw the biggest price increases. 

*made with the Liv-ex Charting tool.

 

Fine wine prices rise across all regions

 

Despite Covid headwinds, the broadest measure of the fine wine market, the Liv-ex 1000 index, rose 2.4% in November and surpassed the peak it set last month.

The industry benchmark, Liv-ex 100 index, also went up by 2.7%.

 

Champagne leads the bull run

 

Fine wine prices rose across all regions in November, during what is now the market’s longest bull-run in history.

Once again, price rises were led by Champagne. The Champagne 50 sub-index rose 8.1% in November, thanks to big moves for Louis Roederer Cristal Rosé 2008, Krug 2000 and Dom Pérignon 2010 and 2009.

Champagne prices have risen 33.8% over the past eleven months. The Champagne 50 is now the best-performing regional index over one- and two-year period respectively.

Liv-ex members can read our extended overview of the Champagne market here

 

Wines from Burgundy and Champagne saw the biggest price increases

 

The Burgundy 150 was the second-best performing sub-index, up 3.9%, driven by Domaine Leflaive, Batard-Montrachet Grand Cru 2013 and 2011.

The Rest of the World 60 followed (+3.2%). It was pushed by the strong performance of Dominus 2011 and Screaming Eagle’s 2013 and 2014 vintages.

The Rhône 100 was the slowest riser in November, up 0.4%. However, Chateauneuf-du-Pape’s Vieux Telegraphe La Crau Rouge 2011 and 2009 were among the best-performing wines in November, up 31.5% and 25.0% respectively.

 

 

*made with the Liv-ex Charting tool.

 

About Liv-ex Indices

 

The Liv-ex Fine Wine 1000 Index is the market’s broadest measure. It represents the price movement of 1,000 wines from across the world. The index comprises seven sub-indices: the Bordeaux 500, the Bordeaux Legends 40, the Burgundy 150, the Champagne 50, the Rhône 100, the Italy 100 and the Rest of the World 60.

 

Download our free wine investment brochure by clicking here.

Source: Liv-ex

More Fine Wine Investment News

Find out more about what is happening now in the world of fine wine investment.

What our clients say

Why Fine Wine investment?

Fine wine investment has a proven track record of providing safe and reliable returns even in the harshest of economic climates.

Due to its relative stability in comparison to the volatile equity markets, most investors choose to hold their investment wines for medium to long term periods to achieve the optimum return.

Proven track record

Fine wine investment has a proven track record of providing safe and reliable returns even in the harshest of economic climates.

Secure physical asset

Investors in fine wine own their assets outright in government-regulated bond and have the investment insure against all potential risks to the wine.

Exempt from VAT

Also – If managed correctly, fine wine investment should in most cases be free from capital gains tax too.

Proud members of

Fine wine market company Liv Ex logo - 'LIV' written in black next to 'EX' in red, above 'the fine wine market'

Download our free Fine Wine Investment Guide

Find out more about fine wine investment in 2024 here.

See all of our verified reviews on

© Vinverum Wine Ltd. 2024 | All rights reserved | Web Design by 

Download our free Fine Wine Investment Guide

Fill in your details below and we’ll send you a copy of our fine wine investment guide.