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  • 勃艮第交易份额升至28.1%
  • 阿曼卢梭Chambertin Clos de Beze 2016年最活跃
  • 拉图 2008年和小拉图2013年前酒庄发布
  • 波尔多2018年份期酒报告即将发布
  • Liv-ex自动化服务- 免费网络研讨会重播

本周勃艮第最注目,该酒区的交易份额由10.4%升至28.1%。 相反,由于一级酒庄交易减少,波尔多的份额却回落至52.8%。 然而,跟踪一级酒庄价格变动的Liv-ex 50指数上周四收盘仍上升0.3%。

意大利和罗纳的份额自上周下跌后,本周分别回升至8.7%和2%。 香槟、美国和“其它”酒区的份额也略有下跌。

勃艮第份额增加主要受到高价值的阿曼卢梭Armand Rousseau和罗曼康帝DRC交易所推动。 本周最高交易总值葡萄酒是阿曼卢梭Chambertin Clos De Beze 2016年,最后成交价为30,000英镑(每箱12×75)。 排名第二的是罗曼康帝套装Assortment 2001年,最后成交价为35,000英镑(每箱12×75);而拉图Latour 2012年(LPB 92)则排名第三。

拉图前酒庄发布

本周, 拉图Latour 2008年和小拉图Forts Latour 2013年前酒庄发布。拉图于2011年宣布退出期酒En Primeur体制,自此拉图只会发行它认为可合适饮用的年份葡萄酒。 您可在此阅读本周的价格分析。

波尔多2018 : 期酒报告即将发布

下周三,Liv-ex将发布一份关于波尔多市场发展和今年即将到来的波尔多2018年份期酒活动的深度报告。 您可在此了解更多。

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  • Burgundy’s share by value rises to 28.1%
  • Armand Rousseau, Chambertin Clos de Beze 2016 most active wine
  • Latour 2008 and Forts Latour 2013 released ex-Chateau
  • Bordeaux 2018: En Primeur report coming
  • Liv-ex Automation – free webinar replay

Burgundy stole the spotlight this week, with the region’s trade share by value rising from 10.4% to 28.1%. At the same time, Bordeaux pulled back to 52.8% – low activity from the First Growths contributed to this. Still, the Liv-ex 50, which tracks the price movements of the First Growths, was up 0.3% on last Thursday’s close.

Italy and the Rhone improved (to 8.7% and 2% respectively) after dips last week. Champagne, the USA and the ‘others’ category fell slightly.

Burgundy’s gains were largely driven by high value Armand Rousseau and DRC. The most traded wine by value this week was Rousseau’s Chambertin Clos De Beze 2016, which last sold at £30,000 per 12×75. DRC Assortment 2001 took second place, with a last trade at £35,000 per 12×75. Forts Latour 2012 (LPB 92) followed.

Latour ex-Chateau releases

This week saw the ex-Chateau release of Latour 2008 and Forts Latour 2013. Chateau Latour famously left the En Primeur system in 2011, opting to release stock only when they deemed the wines were ready to drink. You can read our price analysis on this week’s offerings here.

Bordeaux 2018: En Primeur report coming

On Wednesday next week, Liv-ex will be releasing an in-depth report on the development of the Bordeaux market and this year’s upcoming Bordeaux 2018 En Primeur campaign. Find out more here.

Liv-ex Automation – Webinar replay

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This week’s webinar on Liv-ex Automation is now available for you to view online.

In the short (10 minute) presentation, Liv-ex Director of Automation, Neil Taylor, shares some of the ways that automation is already helping members to grow their businesses.

These include:

  • Increasing sales by automatically offering your stock to Liv-ex’s large global audience
  • Offering over 5,000 new products on your website, without tying up any extra working capital
  • Reducing logistics costs by automating manual processes

Neil shows how this has led to an eight-fold increase in income for one merchant. Others have found that their initial tech investment was paid back quickly – in as little as two months – thanks to increased sales.

On top of this, merchants have reported increases in new customer acquisition of up to 80%. This is because their expanded stock list has given them greater visibility on search engines.

You can watch the webinar by clicking here. You are welcome contact Neil (neil@liv-ex.com) or your Account Manager with any questions. They are available to guide you through the process of making the most of these tools.

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昨天,有两款拉图Latour葡萄酒在预期中前酒庄发布。 拉图 2008年的英国酒商售价为5,100英镑(每箱12×75),比已在二手市场上的现货价高出11%。

以此年份这价格水平,与该酒庄其它的“次佳年份”如2001、2004、和2006年份相近。帕克Parker评拉图 2008年是一款 “非凡的葡萄酒”,称赞它“清纯和优雅”。 上月,Neal Martin为Vinous重新品尝此酒时则给它96分;称它 “具有拉图一贯的权威风范,现在开始进入状态”。

正如我们的回归分析(基于Wine Advocate评分)所示,今天拉图2008年的发布价略高于公允价值所建议的价格。 然而,如我们上周的博客中指出,由于来源和质量的保证考虑,买家也会愿意为前酒庄葡萄酒支付溢价。今天的发布最终是否令投资者觉得物有所值,我们拭目以待。

小拉图Forts Latour 2013

拉图的副牌葡萄酒小拉图2013年也以1,650英镑(每箱12×75)的价格发售。 这是此酒在市场上的首次发售。 如下图所示,它的价格水平低于目前市场上的所有其它年份。

Parker给此酒在桶87-88分,于2014年时他推荐可在5  –  6年内饮用。James Suckling则给此酒92分,赞同它的陈年潜力,评它“单宁丰富,酸度充足,美味可口”。

Liv-ex是面向全球的精品葡萄酒市场,为专业的优质葡萄酒买家和卖家提供交易、数据和结算服务。 私人收藏家可以使用酒窖监察 Cellar Watch来查看Liv-ex价格和为葡萄酒进行估價,并可在 Liv-ex 博客上阅读定期的市场分析

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Barbara Banke is the Chairman and Proprietor of Jackson Family Wines. She has spent the last two decades leading the company she co-founded with her late husband Jess Jackson and expanding their portfolio of world-class vineyards and wineries. Liv-ex’s Sarah Phillips caught up with Banke to find out more about her successful career and views on the future of Californian wine.

What do you love most about wine?

One of the things I love most about wine is that every year you get a new chance to make a great vintage. This has kept me going through 35 years in the wine business. Wine is history in a bottle; the wine can reflect how the year went. This is particularly the case with Vérité because it ages so well. We now have twenty-year-old Vérité and it is always interesting to see how these wines have developed.

Has the style of Vérité changed over these twenty years?

No, it has not. I met our wikemaker Pierre Seillan and his wife Monique for the first time when I went to Vinexpo in Bordeaux in 1995. Pierre was managing a series of estates for the Quancard family at the time. When I met him again in 1997, he had just returned from the United States. He came on a tour of our vineyards and was intrigued by the prospect of making Californian wine. His first vintage was the 1998. He has been making our wine ever since.

Since then, we have very much continued the same style of wine. It is a very classic technique. Pierre tends to harvest towards the fresh end of the spectrum, and we do small barrel aging. We are not aiming for overly extracted or very fruity expressions of Californian wine. Our wines age very well due to a degree of freshness and good acidity.

Was there a moment when you first started that you knew this estate was going to be a big success?

When we produced the 1998 vintage. It was a terrible year – it rained all the time. Once we opened the wine, we knew our estate was going to be a success because the wine was good. It was very promising that we made a success out of 1998. Then, 1999 was a great vintage. At that point, we knew we were going in the right direction.

What were your most memorable early successes? 

Getting some great press for the wine. Kendall Jackson became Nancy Reagan’s favorite wine at the White House. That gave it an initial push and it won a platinum medal from the American Culinary Wine Competition, which was very important at the time.

When did you start to attract attention from the major critics, Robert Parker specifically?

I think his first 100-point score for Vérité was the 2007 vintage. Then, he went back and re-tasted some of the earlier vintages and moved their scores up, starting with 2001. Those early years in the 2000s were really good but the wines just got better with age. When we first started making the wines, the Merlot vineyards were probably 10 years old. Now they’re 30, and we have much more intensity of flavour.

Are you replanting and planting new vineyards?

We do a little bit of replanting every year. We have new vineyards that don’t make it into Vérité but they might eventually.

What happens to the grapes that don’t make it into Vérité?

Hélène Seillan (Vérité Assistant Winemaker) makes her own blend of younger grapevines called Cenyth. They are particularly focused on Cabernet Franc, which is a very successful variety in Sonoma.

Do you consider it a second wine or is it a separate label?

It’s a separate label. We also have other wineries that take grapes such as Kendall Jackson.

La Muse has been described as the Pétrus of California. Was that an ambition that you had in mind when you opened the estate?

My husband, Jess, asked Pierre: “Why can’t we make a wine as good as Pétrus in California?” Pierre said: “Oh, why not better?” Our ambition was to aspire to that quality.

[Pierre Seillan, Vérité winemaker]

Are there any Old World inspirations for the other two wines at Vérité?

La Joie is a Medoc-inspired wine because it is a Cabernet Sauvignon blend. Of course, it’s from the cooler Sonoma side so it has cooler flavors and a lot of complexity. That was my husband’s favourite, and my favourite is Le Désir, which is a Cabernet Franc-based blend like Saint-Émilion.

Who do you position Verite against?

I see it in a global context. We have a lot of fine wines in the Bordeaux varietals coming from California, mainly Napa and Sonoma. I think Vérité has a Bordeaux sensibility about it because of Pierre, the way we treat the grapes, and the cooler climate. I wouldn’t say we are better but we like to position ourselves in the same set as some of the finest Bordeaux wines.

Which are your personal favourite Old World wines?

My personal favorite is Château Latour. And, of course, Cheval Blanc and Ausone from Saint-Emilion, and Pétrus from Pomerol.

Where have you acquired properties?

We are now in California, Italy, France, South Africa, Chile and Australia. I’m also infatuated with Oregon Pinot Noir so we acquired four wineries there about four years ago. Oregon has had a good wine industry for the past 50 years and it is actually relatively easy to do business there.

What do you look for when you’re searching for a new winery or vineyard?

High quality fruit that is capable of producing world-class wines.

Are you tempted by Burgundy?

I’m tempted, but everything’s so small and so expensive!

How about an English vineyard?

Yes, I’m doing my homework. I have enjoyed some of the sparkling wines, particularly the Blanc de Blancs.

Would you say you face any particular challenges as a woman working in the wine trade?

Being a woman in wine was more unusual when I first started. We now see quite a few women that are winemakers or winery managers. The new successor of Vérité, for instance, is Pierre’s daughter Hélène. We are consistently moving in this direction. In my opinion, California and Oregon are quite advanced. Various successful women winemakers have been in California for years. Helen Turley is one example – she has been running her brand for about 40 years.

Still, the wholesale side in the US continues to be male-dominated. Bordeaux is also a bit behind on that. There are women who are in charge of wineries but not that many.

What do you attribute the huge success of the Jackson portfolio to?

Good people, talented winemakers, great grapes from great vineyards.

I hear this cliché a lot about the wine trade that if you want to make a small fortune you should start with a large one. What is your view?

To some degree, it’s correct. Everything takes longer than you think it will take. If you buy something and you think that you can be profitable in five years, it’s probably going to take ten. In some cases, like Italy, it took twenty.

It is a long-term business and something that you can’t really rush. We have the luxury of being able to fund it with already successful wineries.

Would you say that wine is primarily a business or a passion for you?

It’s both. It’s a great business, but it’s also something that we are all very passionate about. We are trying to make the very best wines we can from our vineyards.

How important are critics’ 100 points to you?

They help get you in the public eye. There’s nothing like 100 points to command attention. I don’t want to live and die by the scores but they certainly get the attention of some of the trade.

Do you think your winemakers have this goal in mind?

Yes. Everyone wants the accolades, to really get recognition.

Is there a formula for making a 100-point wine?

No. Some of the other 100-point wines in California are from Napa and they’re very different from Vérité. Pierre makes his decisions every year about the amount of Cabernet Sauvignon, the amount of Merlot and the amount of Cabernet Franc that goes into individual blends, according to what he feels is the best for that particular vintage. He is not really governed by scores but by his own pursuit of perfection and excellence.

Do you think Parker had a particular stylistic preference?

I’m not sure he did. Vérité is very different from some of the other wines that he really liked in Napa so I think he has a broad appreciation of the industry. He’s really good on Bordeaux varietals and Chardonnays.

Which critics are you looking to now? Who do you think is most important in the industry?

In California, certainly the Wine Spectator. In Australia, James Halliday. Lisa Perrotti-Brown MW has taken over for Robert Parker, and I also follow Antonio Galloni. Gambero Rosso is certainly the most widely read publication in Italy for Italian wines.

Who is more important to you – the critic or the consumer?

Both. We make different styles of wines at different wineries. Each winery has its own sort of following. We try to reward our consumer with the wines that they like.

Which are the key markets for your super premium wines?

Other than the United States, I’d say Canada, Caribbean, the UK, Europe, Japan, Korea, Singapore and Hong Kong.

What percentage of these wines (Lokoya, Cardinale and Vérité) are exported vs sold domestically in the US?

Cardinale is about 25% outside the US, and Lokoya is very limited. Vérité is about 60% export – it is our global focus and has been very well received.

Outside of the US, Vérité is distributed via La Place de Bordeaux. Why did you choose to distribute this way?

They already have an established network and a global reach. It was mainly under the advisement of US brokers, who work closely in Japan, Hong Kong, Switzerland and Central Europe. They are so used to dealing with negociants for the First Growths that for them it is almost easier for everything to flow from La Place. The six negociants who we deal with have specific expertise in markets around the world so they ensure that we touch both the supply chain and the consumers.

Are they aiming to distribute quite evenly in different markets?

Yes, they have their allocations, which are specific to the needs within those markets. Typically, they are aiming for a spread between the on-trade, off-trade and the collector. We are talking about 1000 cases on each of those three wines, and 40% of that is going to sit within the US.

How do you go about pricing Vérité?

We have pretty much kept the price steady as we try to build the market. The prices rise as the wines age. We are starting to see movement in the old vintages as the scarcity happens, and the 100-point wines from 2007, 2008 will now command a higher price. It is mainly natural price appreciation. We are trying to avoid the big swings and dips as seen in other parts of the world. We try to set our pricing for the individual wineries where we feel the consumer will react well.

What’s your view on the role of Liv-ex?

I think what you’re doing is very helpful. We need more channels for the sale of wine rather than less, and different ways for people to trade.

What is your sustainability strategy?

My daughters Katie and Julia are in charge of our sustainability initiatives. Julia is holding her own conference on practical solutions for environmental problems this month. We have taken steps in our individual wineries to reduce our water and power usage.

We have more solar than any other wine company in the US. We use Tesla batteries to store some of the solar. Our long-term goal is to be totally self-sustaining. Our water use is about 40% of where it once was and we’re below the average of water use per gallon of wine – less than half of what the industry averages. We funded a project at UC Davis University of California, Davis – the Jess Jackson Sustainable Wineries Building. They have bays where they try out different technologies and we hope they’ll come up with new ideas for us on how to make wines more sustainable.

How does the distribution of Vérité in the US work?

We have mailing lists and a team of sales people – mainly sommeliers and master sommeliers. They are around the country, selling Vérité, as well as Cardinale, Lokoya, some of the Oregon wines and high-end wines such as Mt. Brave.

Do you have any plans to enter new markets or acquire new vineyards in the immediate future?

I am trying not to acquire anything before the end of the year. It’s a personal goal! We’re always looking though. Looking at vineyards, both in the US and outside, other parts of France, potentially Italy. We’ve enlarged our Italian holdings last year. We also bought a little property near our existing one in France, which has the most dilapidated chateau ever in the history of chateaux but we will get to it eventually!

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Latour 2008

Two anticipated ex-Chateau releases from Latour were announced this morning. Latour 2008 is being offered at £5,100 per 12×75 by UK merchants, representing an 11% premium to the current price of the wine already available in the secondary market.

At this price, the vintage sits at a similar level to other off-vintages with the same score such as the 2001, 2004 and the 2006. When tasting Latour 2008, Parker called it an “extraordinary wine” and praised its “beautiful purity and graciousness”. Last month, Neal Martin re-tasted the wine for Vinous, awarding it 96 points. He said it was “an authorative Latour as usual, one now beginning to enter its stride”.

As our regression analysis (based on Wine Advocate scores) demonstrates below, today’s Latour 2008 release is positioned slightly above its implied fair value. However, buyers have historically been inclined to pay a premium for ex-Chateau stock due to provenance and quality considerations, a topic we explored in more detail last week. Time will tell whether investors will ultimately find value in today’s release.

Forts Latour 2013

The Second Wine of Latour, Forts Latour 2013, was also released today at £1,650 per 12×75. This is the first offering of this wine on the market. As the chart below shows, its price positions it below all other vintages which are currently available.

The wine received a barrel range of 87-88 points by Parker, who recommended a drinking window of 5-6 years back in 2014. James Suckling, who also scored the wine (92 points), agreed on its ageing potential, and described it as “tannic and savoury”, with “bright acidity”.

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下周,Liv-ex将发布一份关于波尔多市场发展和今年即将到来的波尔多2018年期酒En Primeur活动的深度报告。

该报告将从波尔多在整个优质葡萄酒市场中的位置,以及该酒区的地缘政治和特定因素,来预测市场对2018年份发布的反应。该分析还将借鉴最近Gavin Quinney的收成报告,你可在此阅读完整报告(英文内容)。

波尔多 500和前酒庄指数与平均Wine Advocate得分的对比

如上图所示,期酒的发布价格与市场的价格走势并不一致,反而与该年份的整体质量关系更大。 我们以Wine Advocate的分数作为代表,发现广受好评和不太成功年份的发布价格之间存在显着差异。如2007和2013年份的发布价格竟不到“杰出的”2009和2010年份的一半。因此,期酒价格不能单靠波尔多500指数的走向来预测,反而从观察该年份的生产和质量变化却更加准确。

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Next week, Liv-ex will be releasing an in-depth report on the development of the Bordeaux market and this year’s upcoming Bordeaux 2018 En Primeur campaign.

The analysis will put Bordeaux in the context of a broadening fine wine market and will further consider the geopolitical and region-specific factors that will shape sentiment around the 2018 release. It will also draw on a recent harvest report by Gavin Quinney, which you can read in full, here.

Bordeaux 500 and Ex-chateaux index vs. Average Wine Advocate scores

As the chart above shows, En Primeur release prices do not move in line with the market but are instead influenced by the overall quality of the vintage. Using Wine Advocate’s scores as a proxy, there is a marked difference between the release prices of critically acclaimed and less successful vintages, with those for 2007 and 2013 at less than half the price of the ‘great’ 2009 and 2010. En Primeur prices thus cannot be predicted solely by the direction of the Bordeaux 500 index but rather by looking at production and quality changes.

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Welcome to the March 2019 Liv-ex newsletter
The Bordeaux 2018 En Primeur campaign is fast approaching and soon the trade will head to Bordeaux to begin tastings. In his latest report, Bordeaux 2018 yields – a devilish year, Gavin Quinney looks at what the growing season might tell us about the vintage. You can read his report, here.

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Introducing Liv-ex Automation Services
We are delighted to announce the launch of Liv-ex Automation Services, which allows you to access our services from within your own system or website. Neil Taylor – our Director of Automation – will be hosting two webinars, one on Wednesday 20th March at 4pm GMT and another on Thursday 21st March at 9am GMT, to present this opportunity and answer your questions. If you would like to attend, you can sign up here. For more information, click here.

Coming Soon: En Primeur with Liv-ex
Stay tuned, in two weeks our Bordeaux 2018 pages will go live on the Liv-ex Blog. Here you can find everything you need to know about this year’s campaign, including our critic scores comparison grid, the #bdx18 conversation on social media and our “Fair Value” charting tool. We will also be publishing our annual En Primeur report on Wednesday 27th March. Watch this space.

Brexit update
We are working hard to ensure that our services run as normal during the Brexit transition process. If you have any questions about your trade on Liv-ex pre- or post-Brexit, please contact your Account Manager and they will be happy to help.

Liv-ex in the news
This month, the drinks business asked where’s the ‘relative value’ for Bordeaux 2016, while the New York Times suggested 5 ways to value your collection. Jancis Robinson also published a series of articles on Bordeaux 2009 using Liv-ex prices and the Wine Advocate covered our report on Sassicaia.

You can also find the top fine wine market news stories on our press page, here.

Thank you for reading
We hope that you’ve found this edition useful. As always, you can keep up to date with developments as they happen by visiting the Liv-ex noticeboard. If you have any feedback or questions on this newsletter, please email salesteam@liv-ex.com or call +44 (0)20 7062 8788.

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  • 侯伯王2009年最活跃
  • Neal Martin和Lisa Perotti-Brown 波尔多 2009年评分
  • 波尔多2018年份收成最新分析
  • 堡林爵Bollinger Grande Annee 2008 年发布
  • Liv-ex自动化服务介绍

本周几乎所有主要酒区的交易总值全线下跌;只除波尔多(由53.8%回升至64.6%)和“其它”酒区(恢复到2月份水平)外。业内人士和酒评家快将对2018年份的波尔多葡萄酒进行品尝,而期酒En Primeur活动也在未来数月正式展开。

本周我们发布了Gavin Quinney关于波尔多2018年份生产水平的最新消息。 在文中,Quinney用了不同数据分析了该年份的质量和数量。 然而,全面情况要有待4月份业界和酒评家会品尝该年份时才能了解,我们拭目以待。

侯伯王Haut Brion 2009年是本周最活跃的葡萄酒,最后成交价为6,200英镑 (每箱12×75英镑)。在”波尔多2009年份价格的十年变化”主题系列的博客中,我们也深入探讨了此年份葡萄酒的价格变化。在昨天The Wine Advocate的Lisa Perotti-Brown公布的十年回顾品评中,此酒也取得100满分。 Neal Martin在他的“伟大考验:十年后的2009年份波尔多”报告中,也对此酒大表赞赏,评它是“此年份的奇妙典范”。

本周,Jay Z的Armand Brignac Brut Gold NV(Ace of Spades),在最高交易总值排行榜排名第二。 正如我们在香槟报告中指出,香槟一直受说唱歌手的青睐。 路易水晶Louis Roederer Cristal 2008年也很活跃,最后成交价为1,740英镑(每箱12×75英镑)。

有一款香槟于本周发布,它是堡林爵Bollinger Grande Annee 2008 年,在英国以800英镑(每箱12×75)发售。 您可在此阅读有关的价格分析。

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