Burgundy has been in the spotlight for its rising prices: the region dominated the top price movers within the Power 100 last year, and the Burgundy 150 Index reached a new high in 2015. But which wines have been moving the most?

The table below shows the top ten Burgundy price movers over the past 12 months. Each have gained over 20%, with top riser Emmanuel Rouget, Vosne Romanee 2009 gaining close to 50%. Of the top ten, just one is a DRC label: Grands Echezeaux 2007 gained 22.3%. Domaine Leflaive saw increased interest and activity last year following the death of proprietor Anne-Claude Leflaive. It climbed to 9th place overall in the Power 100, and features three times in the table below.

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A detailed report on Burgundy’s price rises can be found in the November edition of the Cellar Watch Market Report.