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The Liv-ex Fine Wine 50 Index gained 0.2% after holding steady in September – and Bordeaux’s weekly trade share remained above 80% for the second week in a row.

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Buyers appear to be finding value in Bordeaux 2010, which accounted for 26.6% of Bordeaux’s trade share this week. Lynch Bages 2010 (96 RP) was the most traded wine by both value and volume. Released by merchants at £1,220, it last traded at £875 per 12×75.

The First Growths represented 35.7% of all trade by value, with Lafite Rothschild trading the most. Three of the top five wines traded this week (by value) were Premier Crus.

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The recently released Taittinger 2006 continued to see good activity this week, and was amongst the top wines traded by volume.

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