Even first-growth Bordeaux lost less than 1 percent (the Liv-ex Fine Wine 50 closed the year down 0.7 percent), and the broader Fine Wine 1000 index rose very slightly (fig.2, below).
In other words, fine-wine prices across the board were pretty flat in 2015, with only three exceptions.
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It makes sense that older vintages of Bordeaux should have regained some ground on their more recent, more overpriced counterparts.
These were older Bordeaux, Burgundy, and the "Rest of the World." However, even in these cases, the gains were in the order of less than 3 percent (fig.2).
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