Allegrini 2018

Gaja, top Italian brand on “Liv-Ex Power 100”. Antinori, the only Italian company with two brands

Tignanello and Solaia for the Tuscan family. Also listed Sassicaia, Ornellaia, Giacosa, Masseto, Sandrone, Produttori del Barbaresco and Tua Rita
Piero Antinori and his daughters Albiera, Allegra and Alessia

Gaja, one of the most esteemed names in Italian wine, is the top Italian brand on the ”Liv-Ex Power 100”, while the Antinori family, heading one of the most historic and important wine companies, is the only one that has poured two iconic Italian wine brands in the glass: Tignanello and Solaia. The ranking that is drawn up every year, is the reference point of the secondary market, lining up the top brands in the wine world, for price performance year over year, volume and values traded on Liv-Ex, number of wines and vintages traded, and average price (data collected from September 1, 2017 to August 31, 2018, ed.). The Piedmont brand leads the Italian wines in the rankings, at number 26 (position 56 in 2017), on a list where Burgundy dominates (29 wines), and where Leroy has taken the top position, ahead of Lafite Rothschild and Domaine de la Romanée-Conti, Mouton Rothschild, Margaux, Haut Brion, Armand Rousseau, Petrus, Coche Dury and Latour. Following these, and among the Italian wine brands, another icon of Italian wine: Sassicaia of Tenuta San Guido is at number 29 (compared to 33 in 2017). Continuing on, yet another icon, the Bolgheri Ornellaia, climbed to spot 53 compared to 86 in 2017, and then one of the top Piedmont names, Bruno Giacosa, at number 56 (spot 132 in 2017).
Tignanello also climbed up the ranking to number 76, compared to spot 88 in 2017, and so has Produttori del Barbaresco, one of the top Piedmont wine names, holding spot 87 (at 153 in 2017).
Another great representative of Italian wine in position number 89 is Masseto, the Italian wine that dominates quotations in the auction world, ahead of another Antinori brand symbol, Solaia, at number ninety-two.
Closing the Italian wine group, again a Barolo brand, Luciano Sandrone, at number 95, ahead of Tua Rita, one of the most famous Tuscan wineries, at number 96.
The ranking reveals the growth of the fine wines market. The number of wines traded has increased from 4.000 in 2017 to 5.700 in 2018, taking into account vintages and individual wines, while the number of relevant brands has grown from 220 to 248.

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