Liv-ex; Bidders reap rewards of falling Dom Pérignon prices

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Liv-ex (The London International Vintners Exchange) is the global marketplace for the wine trade. [read their latest champagne story]

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The Champagne 50 index fell a further 1.2% in June, meaning it is now down 10.3% year-to-date. However, the market is far from running out of gas, as Champagne wines have accounted for 12.7% of trade by value since the start of the year, the third biggest share of trade behind Bordeaux and Burgundy.  

The most traded wine by value on Liv-ex this year is Dom Pérignon 2013, which was released in January at £1,830 per case. Since then, the wine’s Market Price has fallen 4.9%, and it last traded at £1,632 per 12×75 at the end of June.  

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