The Fine Wine Investment Market Ends 2021 At A Record High

The Liv-ex Fine Wine 100 index rose 23.1% in 2021, outperforming gold and the FTSE 100. The industry benchmark has been trending upwards since May 2020, with the fine wine market continuously breaking records.

 

The fine wine investment market ends 2021 at a record high

The fine wine market ends 2021 at a record high:

Fine Wine Market figures 2021

 

The Liv-ex Fine Wine 100 index rose 23.1% in 2021, outperforming gold and the FTSE 100. The industry benchmark has been trending upwards since May 2020, with the fine wine market continuously breaking records – including an all-time high exposure.
The Liv-ex Fine Wine 1000 index went up 19.1%. While all of its sub-indices made gains last year, the Champagne 50 stood out, with a 40.5% annual rise. The Burgundy 150 was the next-best performer, up 31.0%.
In terms of December trade share, Burgundy (29.8%) overtook Bordeaux (25.4%) to become the most traded region by value.

 

The Liv-ex Fine Wine 100 index rose 23.1% in 2021, outperforming gold and the FTSE 100. The industry benchmark has been trending upwards since May 2020, with the fine wine investment market continuously breaking records – including an all-time high exposure. The Liv-ex Fine Wine investment market 1000 index went up 19.1%. While all of its sub-indices made gains last year, the Champagne 50 stood out, with a 40.5% annual rise. The Burgundy 150 was the next-best performer, up 31.0%.

In terms of December trade share, Burgundy (29.8%) overtook Bordeaux (25.4%) to become the most traded region by value. Champagne took 13.0% of the market, while the Rhône and the USA accounted for 4.2% and 7.6% respectively. The most traded wine by value in December was Domaine de la Romanée-Conti La Tâche 2018, with Château Cos d’Estournel Pagodes de Cos 2016 being the most traded by volume.

The full report contains additional Liv-ex research and analysis:

  • Sassicaia 2018 leads trade by volume in 2021
  • Jancis Robinson publishes Burgundy 2020 scores
  • The best Liv-ex 100 price performers in December
  • Wine industry news
  • Secondary market hits £100m exposure

 

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Source: Liv-Ex

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