Nick Martin, founder of Knight Frank told Decanter.com that ‘Blue chip Burgundy remains very strong, up 31% last year and 12% year to date. Scarcity paired with global demand for sought-after producers has made top Burgundy a consistently good bet, with 10 year gains of 411%.’
Laura Seal continues at Decanter.com:
Other experts were more cautious, but still upbeat about the fine wine market’s health as 2017 draws to a close.
BI LiveTrade Index reported fine wine price growth of 14% year-on-year to the end of June 2017, although this decreases to 2.5% growth when measured January to September 2017.
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