Over the last couple of weeks, the market has welcomed fresh Burgundy 2019 releases, including the likes of Domaine des Lambrays and Domaine Comte Georges de Vogue. Their flagship wines were offered above 2018 levels, but how and where do they fit within the broader market? And where is Burgundy headed to in 2021?
Our 2021 in-depth report on Burgundy, A journey of discovery, first published exclusively for Liv-ex members at the end of January, answers these questions and more.
The report provides an overview of this year’s Burgundy En Primeur campaign and seeks to understand how the 2019 vintage will influence future market trends. In it, we look beyond the trade and critics’ stance on the new releases and examine how leading fine wine merchants have approached this campaign.
The report also interrogates the reasons behind Burgundy’s pricing slowdown in 2020 and the increased market share of white Burgundy and the leading Cru vineyards. It further looks at the role of wine business technology, in particular automation, that has helped fuel the expansion of Burgundy’s secondary market.
Burgundy’s Cru vineyards trade share by value
Containing 15 pages of analysis, the report is now freely available to all. You can claim your complimentary copy (in English or French) by filling the form below.