Last week Liv-ex looked at how the prices of various Left Bank wines have moved since release. Below, we examine those from the Right Bank 50 and Right Bank 100 indices.
There are significant variations in the way these wines have performed. Those lucky enough to have secured allocations of Le Pin or Petrus at En Primeur would have seen significant returns: they have risen by 162.1% and 73.8% respectively.
The other three wines from the Right Bank 50 are each available below their release prices. Ausone and Lafleur have fallen more than any other red 2007s in the Bordeaux 500 since release.
Angelus 2007 also stands out. Its release price of £995 per 12×75 was not significantly higher than the majority of other wines shown below. However, like other Angelus vintages, the wine has made major gains and is now strides ahead of its peer group. This is despite a mediocre score of 92 (RP).
Over the last ten years, few of the wines below have dipped far below their release prices. Pavie 2007, one exception, was available at discounts of up to 64% on release at various points, but has climbed considerably since.
Our final report, on Sauternes 2007, will be published this week.
Previous analysis on 2007 – ten years on: