The Liv-ex Fine Wine 100 gained 0.9% in June to close on 244.08. This puts it up 3.4% on the level of June 2014, bringing it back into positive territory over a one year period for the first time since November 2013.
The Liv-ex Fine Wine 50 also gained for the fourth consecutive month. It closed on 272.04, up 0.7% on May’s close.
All eyes were on Bordeaux 2005 in June. With speculation surrounding the announcement of Robert Parker’s retrospective of the vintage due at the end of the month, 2005 represented 23.4% of Bordeaux’s trade share on the Exchange. The three top risers in the table below were upgraded to 100 points in his report, released on Monday. The biggest fallers come from a variety of regions – though none are Bordeaux reds.