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Allegrini 2018
TIME FOR BALANCES

Liv-ex: Sassicaia 2015 is the second most traded fine wine on the secondary market in 2018

The Leader is a Champagne, the Louis Roederer Cristal 2008, with Château Margaux 2015 to close the podium. Critics’ scores are fundamental
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The most traded wines of 2018 on the Liv-Ex

With the end of the year approaching, it is time to evaluate the secondary market of the fine wines. Thanks to the performance of the last weeks of Sassicaia 2015 capable of boosting the Bolgheri red, which was created half a century ago from the successful intuition of the Marchese Incisa della Rocchetta and the winemaker of the Risorgimento of Italian wine, Giacomo Tachis, in second place among the most traded labels, at a price per box (from 12 bottles, ed.) of 1,660 pounds.
On the top, there is a Champagne, the Louis Roederer Cristal 2008, on the market since May, and the most traded wine on the secondary market (at a price of 1,850 pounds per box) according to the benchmark of the sector, the Liv-ex. Wine Spectator launched the Bolgheri, while to catalyze the critics' attention on the Champagne, was Antonio Galloni, with 98 + points on Vinous. Château Margaux 2015,
the third most traded wine (12,000 pounds per box) and the first of the Bordeaux wines to dominate the top 10, closes the podium, followed by Château Haut Brion 1989 (25,000 pounds per box), Château Lafite Rothschild 2009 (7,394 pounds per box), Dom Pérignon 2009 (1.060 pounds per cash), Château Lafite Rothschild 2015 (5,338 pounds per cash), Château Lafite Rothschild 2014 (4,560 pounds per cash), Château Lafite Rothschild 2005 (7,450 pounds per cash) and Château Latour 1996 (5,900 pounds per cash).

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