Allegrini 2018

Ranking effect: after topping Wine Spectator’s and Wine Enthusiast’s “Top 100”, Italy tops Liv-Ex

Italian wine was the most traded on the index (21.7%) between November 16th and 22nd, Sassicaia 2015 (number 1 on WS) the most traded wine of all
Tenuta San Guido’s Sassicaia and Michele Chiarlo’s Nizza

As far as absolute value is concerned, to each his/her own idea; there is, however, very little doubt in the fact that the important international rankings can really make the difference on the market. Furthermore, it certainly is not a coincidence that Italian wine on the Liv-Ex platform, the secondary market benchmark, as analyzed by WineNews, has seen a general upsurge in bargaining, especially following its “double-header” top positions on the most quoted international rankings, like Wine Spectator’s, “Top 100” which has crowned the legendary Sassicaia 2015 wine of the year, while on Wine Enthusiast’s “Top 100”, the top position went to Michele Chiarlo’s “Super Barbera” Nizza Cipressi 2015, pioneer and the maximum expression of the famous Piedmont wine-vine. According to Liv-Ex data, indeed, between November 16th and 22nd (the week in which the rankings were published), the market share of Italian wine soared to 21.7% of the index, compared to 4.8% in the previous week, and to 6.6% for the entire month of October. And, of course, Tenuta San Guido’s Sassicaia 2015 was the absolute star of the show, because it was the wine that changed the most in value during the review period, reaching a quotation of 1.670 pounds for a 12-bottle case, and thus achieving a 47.8% increase compared to the issue price.

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