The 2020 and 2021 rankings highlighted an important trend in the secondary market: greater diversity and the ongoing move away from Bordeaux
. This year’s Power 100 is more focused. One region in particular dominates the rankings – Burgundy.
- Burgundy reigns supreme in this year’s Power 100, with last year’s bullish momentum rolling into this year and reflected in a continued broadening of wines traded and price rises.
- Champagne’s star continued to rise, with quality and value being the key drivers.
- For the first time ever there are no Bordeaux labels in the top 10.
- Bordeaux’s price performance was overshadowed by Burgundy and Champagne, but the First Growths held their own in terms of value traded.
- The Italian surge abated a little, but Tignanello put in a stellar performance.
- All the brands in the top 100 have risen in price in what has been a blistering trading environment.