Bordeaux Share of Liv-ex Trade Rises to 40.5%, Led by Mouton ’10

By Guy Collins

Bordeaux’s share of the London-based online wine market Liv-ex rose to 40.5% in the week ended Nov. 19, only the second time in the past 10 weeks that it has risen above 40%, according to Liv-ex’s Talking Trade blog.

Bordeaux’s 2010 and 2015 vintages led trade by value for the region, according to Liv-ex, while the cheaper 2017 vintage led by volume.

The top-selling Bordeaux on Liv-ex during the week in terms of share of trade by value was the 2010 vintage of Chateau Mouton Rothschild, which traded at 5,706 pounds ($7,599) per 12-bottle case in bond, according to Liv-ex.

A sample bottle of the Chateau Mouton Rothschild 2016 vintage at the estate. Photo: Guy Collins

Published by GuyCollinsWine.com

I am a journalist writing about the Bordeaux wine market.

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