According to a survey by wine-searcher.com, the most expensive Bordeaux wines in the world are currently Petrus (Pomerol) for an average of 4,077 US dollars, Le Pin (Pomerol) for 3,966 US dollars and Liber Pater, (Graves) for 3,866 US dollars. The prices do not refer to individual wines, but are the calculated average prices across all vintages on offer. A year ago, the wines of the Liber Pater winery were still at the top of the list with prices above 4,000 US dollars per bottle; both wines have since lost value. The average selling price of Petrus has risen by ten per cent, while Le Pin has seen an increase of seven per cent. Lafite's average selling price fell by 2.5 per cent, while Latour's fell by six per cent. Margaux fell by four per cent, Haut-Brion Blanc by three per cent and Ausone by five per cent. According to wine-searcher.com, these decreases confirm the general downward trend of the past years.
According to the report, top wines from Bordeaux continue to be in high demand overall. According to Wine-Searcher, six of the top 10 wines on the list of the most sought-after wines come from Bordeaux. At the same time, the price development is very different. Of the ten most expensive wines on this year's list, only three have increased in average sales price in the past twelve months. They all come from Pomerol. The famous wines from the Left Bank, on the other hand, all recorded a decline in their average sales prices.
(ru / Source: Wine-Searcher; Photo: 123rf.com)
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