Download our ‘Introduction to Burgundy Report‘ and learn more about this understated region that produces the world’s most valuable wines. Written by wine journalist, Geoffrey Dean, the report highlights the key wines of the region and provides a list of the latest up and coming wines to hit the market.
Burgundy is the class leader in Liv-ex’s 2019 ranking of the world’s top fine wines, responsible for 57% of the first tier wines in the Classification. The region’s wines have been at the forefront of the fine wine investment market over the last two years, as clearly illustrated by the performance of Liv-ex’s Burgundy 150 benchmark. The index, which grew 46% over the period, saw the highest regional growth, surpassing Bordeaux and exceeding the comprehensive Liv-ex 1000.
This performance is based on value of trade, with the average Burgundy (red) wine being sold for £16,039, compared to Bordeaux Left Bank average of £4,851 and Right Bank £10,983. Bordeaux, due to much higher production levels, and a more established secondary market, has the highest levels when it comes to volume of trade on Liv-ex.
Average regional market prices on Liv-ex in 2019 compared to 2017
|Number of Wines||Av. Price 2019
(12 x 75cl)
|Av. Price 2017
(12 x 75cl)
|Bordeaux Left Bank||25||£4,851||£4,745||2%|
|Bordeaux Right Bank||30||£10,983||£10,247||7%|
Source: Liv-ex, August 2019
Home of the iconic, DRC, Burgundy’s top wines may often seem out of reach, when you read about record-breaking auction sales, but this is not the case. Increasing demand has led to a broadening market, with other producers from the region now being recognised for the quality of their wines. Get your timing right and you can still enter the market at a starting investment of less than £5K with great potential for growth.
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