Saturday 2021-04-24 trading day at Hart Davis Hart Wine Auction, one bottle of Petrus vintage 1995 in a unit 750 ml, were auctioned for 2.901,00 €.
In an exciting bidding fight the fine wine price climbed until 2.901,00 € per 750 ml bottle achieve a world record for wine prices.
Since the last wine price on the 2021-02-26 at Hart Davis Hart Wine Auction which optained a wineprice of 2.200,00 €, the instantaneous appreciation is 701,00 € or +31,86 %. The organisers of the Hart Davis Hart Wine Auction wine auction have hailed growing demand for high-end wines from all over the world, as this month event achieved record prices.
Hart Davis Hart Wine Auction could still register more wine price records. Three wine bottles 2005 Mommessin – Clos de Tart were sold and reached a wine price record of 828,67 € per 750 ml bottle. Thus the Mommessin – Clos de Tart reached a appreciation of +105,75 % or 425,92 €.
2010 Coche Dury – Meursault in a 750 ml wine bottle, came up with a wine price of 746,00 € and was able to set a all time high price. This corresponds to a total performance of 276,00 € or +58,72 %.
2009 Hundred Acre Vineyard – Cabernet Sauvignon Kayli Morgan Vineyard in a 750 ml bottle, came up with a wine price of 386,67 € and set a all time high price. This corresponds to a total appreciation of 97,64 € or +33,78 %.
During this wine trading day the biggest share of the wines of 59,43 % came from the top wine region of Burgundy. 6.298 bottles came from Burgundy in the auction. The winery Dujac from Burgundy were most popular. With a total of 3,81 % or 404 wine bottles it was set in first place in trading volume by wine lovers. The most wanted single wine was the 1996 Leoville Poyferre in a 750 ml bottle.
The most popular vintage at this fine wine auction was the 2015 vintage, with 1.054 bottles or 9,95 %, thus the vintage got the first position.
The most expensive wine in this wine auction came from Burgundy.
One bottle Domaine de la Romanee Conti – Romanee Conti vintage 2000 in a 1.500 ml bottle changed the owner for 31.494,00 € per single bottle.
The second place or a converted 20,10 % of the offers came from Bordeaux. 2.130 bottles Bordeaux were sold in the wine auction.
In the ranking of most wanted wineries, the wines from the winery Hudelot Noellat won second place with 402 traded wine bottles.
The second best singe wine reached the 2010 Bachelet Denis – Charmes Chambertin Vieilles Vignes in a 750 ml wine bottle.
Third place in wineries, with 396 bottles was Armand Rousseau, third place for single wines, with a total amount of 36 wine bottles was the 2005 Ramonet – Chassagne Montrachet.
The third place in wine regions was awarded to US-California with 809 or 7,63 % of the total dealing volume.
In the vintage ranking the 2005 achieved the third place with an amount of 899 disposed bottles.
The single wine with the third highest fine wine price, was a Domaine de la Romanee Conti – Romanee Conti, 1990 vintage, with a price of 15.747,00 € for a single 750 ml wine bottle.
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