Angelus and Pavie lead Bordeaux 2009s

The 2009s have become a regular fixture in the Market
Report, accounting for the majority share of Bordeaux trade each month since
January (ahead of the release of Parker’s in-bottle scores). Beaten (by just 0.2%)
by the 2000s last month, September has seen them lead the charge again, with
the vintage currently taking 33% of all Bordeaux trade by value.

So which wines have tempted buyers so far in September? It
is no surprise that the newly promoted St Emilion Premier Grand Cru Classe A
wines are top of the pack. Both Angelus (LWIN 1006045) and Pavie 2009 (LWIN 1013850) have been trading steadily
since 6th September, the date at which their upgrade was announced. The
latter is currently trading on Liv-ex for £2,300 per 12×75, reflecting a 35% increase
in price since the start of the year.

With a cornucopia of perfect wines to
choose from, 2009 buyers are looking beyond the First Growths to Super Seconds
and top Right Bank brands.  


2 thoughts on “Angelus and Pavie lead Bordeaux 2009s

  • September 21, 2012 at 12:07 pm

    Pavie could be the one!

    Who is buying all this stock?

  • September 21, 2012 at 12:10 pm

    Well, interestingly Veblen Wines Ltd have been keeping a keen eye on this currency!

    I believe the investors will be very happy over the long term!

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