This year marks Liv-ex’s fifth Bordeaux classification, based on the original classification of 1855. For the first time, it includes wines from beyond Bordeaux. Below, all wines are displayed together in their relevant classification groups. You can also find posts with further analysis on the wines broken up by region:
- Bordeaux classification – Left Bank Bordeaux
- Bordeaux classification – Right Bank Bordeaux
- Bordeaux classification – Second wines
- Bordeaux classification – Rest of the world
Details on the methodology can be found below the tables.
Global First Growths
Global Second Growths
Global Third Growths
Global Fourth Growths
Global Fifth Growths
*Prices are based on trades and are volume weighted.
The average Liv-ex trade price is calculated using actual trades on Liv-ex from 30/04/2016 to 01/05/2017. To warrant a classification, at least five vintages of a wine must have traded in the period. The average Liv-ex trade price is expressed for a 12x75cl unit in GBP and is volume weighted.
The Liv-ex Bordeaux 500 index has moved 25% since the 2015 reclassification. Price bands have been adjusted accordingly.
The resulting classes are:
- 1er Cru – £2,500 or more
- 2eme – £688 to £2,499
- 3eme – £438 to £687
- 4eme – £313 to £437
- 5eme – £250 to £312