Top 10 traded wines by value in 2019: Cristal 2006 leads
Louis Roederer Cristal 2006 has been the top traded wine so far this year, accounting for 1.6% of the total trade value. The Champagne house was also the top traded wine label in 2018, with its 2008 vintage being the most traded wine on Liv-ex overall that year.
Mouton Rothschild was the only wine from the 2016 vintage that was awarded 100 points by five leading critics (Jeb Dunnuck, James Suckling, Neal Martin, Antonio Galloni and Lisa Perrotti-Brown). In their tasting notes, Suckling said that it was “one of the most powerful Moutons ever for me”, while Dunnuck added that it is a “truly profound, magical, blockbuster wine in every sense”.
In third place was another 2016: Cos d’Estournel. The wine was one of six to receive a perfect 100 points from Neal Martin back in January. At the time, we reported that in light of Neal Martin’s score, the wine was significantly below the price implied by our ‘Fair Value’ methodology.
A selection of Bordeaux wines from ‘great’ vintages (2000, 2005, and 2010) also made the top ten.
Read the full article at: https://www.liv-ex.com/2019/07/top-10-traded-wines-value-2019-cristal-2006-leads/
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