The Liv-ex 100 closed November on 236.7, a drop of 1.5% on the previous month. This is the largest month on month fall that the index has seen since June 2014 when it dropped 2.9% to close on 236.02. It would need to gain 0.8% in December to close the year in positive territory. The Liv-ex Fine Wine 50 fell 1.6%: also its sharpest decline since June 2014. To close the year up, it needs to gain 2% in December.
Guigal, Cote Rotie 2010 (representing Turque, Ladonne and Mouline) made the greatest gains, up 5.3% while Angelus 2009 – with 99+ points from Robert Parker – also moved up. Amongst the biggest fallers were 98-point (RP) Palmer 2005, which was upgraded from 97 points in June. Montrose 2010, which remains cheaper than the Chateaux’s equally scored 2009 vintage, gave back its gains from last month.