A case of 2009 Chateau Lafite Rothschild sold for 6,750 pounds ($10,900) on the Liv-ex market last week, taking the vintage to a record low amid selling pressure on top Bordeaux as investors focus on other regions.
Thirty bottles of 2012 Chateau Lafite-Rothschild sold for 3,620 pounds ($5,790) a case on the Liv-ex market last week, holding steady at the level established last month amid selling pressure on other top Bordeaux vintages.
A case of 1998 Chateau Mouton Rothschild, a Medoc first-growth estate, fetched 3,350 pounds ($5,500) on Liv-ex this week as Bordeaux vintages now available for drinking attracted demand in preference to younger wines.
A case of Chateau Mouton-Rothschild 2010, a first-growth Pauillac wine estate, sold for 6,225 pounds ($9,690) on London’s Liv-ex market yesterday, an eight-month low and 18 percent below its July 2011 peak, Liv-ex data showed.
Twelve bottles of 2008 Chateau Mouton Rothschild, a Medoc first-growth estate, sold for 2,822 pounds ($4,690) on Liv-ex in the past week, extending the vintage’s slide amid weakening demand for recent Bordeaux wines.