Liv-ex Reports

Special reports

October 2017: Bordeaux 2015 – An update [Free to read]

February 2017: Finding value in Bordeaux 2014 [Members only]

June 2011: Valuing the great estates of Bordeaux – who is in the €50m club? [Free to read]

En Primeur

June 2017: Bordeaux 2016 – hit and miss [Free to read]

April 2017: Bordeaux 2016 – A new dawn for En Primeur? [Free to read]

July 2016: Bordeaux 2015 – Concluding report [Free to read]

April 2016: Bordeaux 2015 – Introduction to price guide for members [Members only]

April 2015: Bordeaux 2014 – Introduction to price guide for members [Members only]

Power 100 [All free to read – PDFs]

The Power 100 is the annual list of the most powerful brands in the fine wine market. It is published towards the end of each year in conjunction with the drinks business.

The Power 100 2016 – The might stuff

The Power 100 2015 – Bordeaux and beyond

The Power 100 2014 – Power pours

The Power 100 2013 – Calm after the storm

The Power 100 2012 – The Burgundy tide

The Power 100 2011 –  On second thoughts

The Power 100 2010 – So near yet so far

The Power 100 2009 – Name and famed

The Power 100 2008 – Has the fine wine market lost its bottle?

The Liv-ex Classification [All free to read]

The 1855 Classification was drawn up by the Bordeaux Brokers Union for use as part of the regional display at the 1855 Paris Universal Exhibition. Based wholly on price, and including only the major estates of the Left Bank, it still defines the way we think about and refer to Bordeaux wines. Liv-ex has updated the classification every two years since 2009 to reflect the market. The next update is due in 2017.

The Liv-ex Bordeaux Classification 2017: – Full list / Left Bank / Right Bank / Second Wines / Rest of World / Excel

The Liv-ex Bordeaux Classification 2015 – Blog article / Excel

The Liv-ex Bordeaux Classification 2013 – Blog article / Excel

The Liv-ex Bordeaux Classification 2011 – Blog article / Excel

The Liv-ex Bordeaux Classification 2009 – Excel

Cellar Watch Market Reports

Subscribers of Cellar Watch receive a monthly four-page report containing the latest Liv-ex research and analysis. All historic reports are available to Pro and Premium subscribers post log-in. You can find out about recent reports here.


November 2014: Speculation is dead. Long live speculation.

February 2012: The “fine” Champagne market

November 2011:  Fine wine’s online revolution

November 2011: The Fine Wine Investment Market – An Inside View

March 2011: Investing in fine wine