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Market Updates

We are pleased to introduce our new Weekly Market Update.  Rather than focus on our larger, more in-depth market reports, we have decided to concentrate on bringing you more timely commentary on a more regular basis via these refreshingly short, one page documents. As ever, you can respond to this email or call any member of the Atlas Team with questions or comments. 


 

Differing Opinions, Differing Approaches

The principal Liv-ex Indices continue to inch along through comparatively calm April. Given that thus far this year, most of the talk has centred on the fortunes of Bordeaux and Burgundy, it is perhaps surprising to note that, to date, the leading component Indices within the Liv-ex 1000 are the Champagne 50 (up 5.56% YTD) and the Italy 100 (up 4.73% YTD). While many Bordeaux Château owners wait on the Wine ...

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All about Bordeaux, all in the balance

Apologies for not getting a Market Update to you last Monday. I have just returned from a week-long tasting in Bordeaux, having headed across with Atlas’ Head of Buying to taste before the masses. We will be releasing our commentary on the 2016 vintage in the next couple of days, but in brief, it suffices to say that we found it to be both a highly successful and highly fascinating vintage with great potenti...

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Changing Faces in Burgundy

As of today, the Liv-ex 50 stands at 343.34, four points ahead of the February market close. This reflects ongoing interest in the Bordeaux First Growths and crucially does not include the 2014 vintage, which has been the focus of much trade over the last month. 

Elsewhere, we learned that Laurent Ponsot has left Domaine Ponsot in Morey St. Denis to set up a négociant business with his son...

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Truth in the numbers?

The Liv-ex 50 continues to inch ahead of its February close, now standing at 341.32. This appears to be in line with the expectations of the trade as evidenced by Liv-ex’s 2017 Wine Market survey, in which Liv-ex asks its merchant members to predict the closing position of the Liv-ex  100 (the 100 most traded wines) which currently stands at 1.66% up YTD [Fig 1].The 440 respondents to the survey have es...

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2014 and All That

The Liv-ex Fine Wine 50 had a flat month in February as did most of the leading indices. This is not unusual as it often takes the market a little time to find direction post Burgundy en primeur. Over the last month there has certainly been activity in Bordeaux’s 2014 vintage. General consensus seems to suggest that the wines continue to offer value and, if anything, the James Suckling ‘in bottle&...

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Blue Chip’ Pomerol Outperform the Market


While the Liv-ex Fine Wine 50 seems to be pausing for the moment, finishing on 338.80 on Friday, life seems to be returning to a different segment of the Bordeaux market, namely the leading wines of the Right Bank. 

The Bordeaux Right Bank is widely regarded as having been a particular success story in 2012.  In his review of the 28th October 2016, Neal Martin of Robert Parker’s...

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