Highest Bid Ever – 2010 Penfolds Grange

Highest Bid Ever – 2010 Penfolds Grange

Auction-Results from the trading week at KL-Wines Wine Auctions  – Wednesday 2022-09-14

One wine bottle of 2010 Penfolds – Grange in a container size 750 ml, got a new wine lover for 725,00 €.

With many interested bidders the price of wine rocked until 725,00 € per 750 ml wine bottle and reached on, a new wine maximum price.

Since the last wine price on the 2022-07-22 at Langtons Wine Auction in which a fine wine price of 476,00 € was achieved, the current price development is at +52,31 % or 249,00 €.

 

KL-Wines Wine Auctions could still record more fine wine price records.

 

  • Three wine bottles 1989 Angelus were sold and reached a all-time high price of 533,33 € per 750 ml wine bottle. Thus the Angelus gained a performance of +44,14 % or 163,33 €.
  • 2000 Palmer in a 750 ml bottle, maintained with a fine wine price of 413,00 € and was able to set a wine price record. This corresponds to a total appreciation of 70,00 € or +20,41 %.
  • 2014 Phelps – Insignia in a 750 ml bottle, came up with a wine value of 226,67 € and set a all time high price. This corresponds to a total price increase of 31,67 € or +16,24 %.
 

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  • In the database of the wine.network 694 different lots were listed.
  • A auction volume of 1.639 bottles, without mixed lots, was calculated.
  • The achieved wine price volume landed at 334.783,96 €.
  • The average price of a disposed bottle was 204,26 €.
 

We can’t show every wine here with a new rating – we do that on our wine price databases. But as an example we show some of the most important wineries and wines whose prices have been updated today.

2010 Penfolds Grange, 1989 Angelus, 2000 Palmer, 2014 Phelps Insignia, Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars, Austin Hope Winery, Dujac Clos de la Roche 1985, Zin Alley Zinfandel Vicolo Della Reserva 2008, 2015 Argiano – Brunello di Montalcino, 2012 Rioja Alta – Vina Ardanza, Domaine de la Romanee Conti – La Tache 2004,

With 868 bottles the largest portion or converted 52,96% of the total amount in this wine auction, got wineries from the wine region US-California.

The winery Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars from US-California was the most wanted. 2,07 % or 34 wine bottles of the total amount, were sold from this winery and therefore, it has won the first place. The most wanted single wine was the Austin Hope Winery .

With a total of 2,07 % or 34 bottles, it has won the first place. The usually most sought vintage at this wine trading day was the 2015 vintage with 129 bottles. With more than 7,87 % of the total, the vintage got the first place. The 750 ml size achieved the first place in sizes, with 92,98 % or 1.524 wine bottles in this fine wine auction. Trading volume of lots with 3, were traded most. The most expensive wine in this auction came from Burgundy. One bottle Dujac – Clos de la Roche vintage 1985 in a 750 ml wine bottle could be sold for 6.350,00 € per bottle. The least expensive wine prices were four bottles Zin Alley – Zinfandel Vicolo Della Reserva vintage 2008 sold in the 750 ml bottle. The new owner had to pay 16,25 € per bottle.

The second place or a converted 19,65 % of the offers came from Bordeaux. 322 bottles Bordeaux were sold in the wine auction. In the ranking of most wanted wineries, the wines from the winery Aubert won second place with 33 sold wine bottles. The second best single wine was the 2015 Argiano – Brunello di Montalcino in a 750 ml wine bottle. The result was fixed with more than 0,73 % of the trade amount or a converted twelve wine bottles.

The highest values in this trade came from Burgundy.

 

Auctioned for the lowest value were four bottles Of Zin Alley – Zinfandel Vicolo Della Reserva vintage 2008 per 750 ml bottle. A value of 16,25 € was fixed. 

Two wine bottles Le Cinciole – Chianti Classico Jahrgang 2016 two were auctioned, for 20,00 € per 750 ml bottle. 

On of the wines sold very competitive is a 2016th Ridge Vineyard – Zinfandel with a auction value of 22,25 € for a 750 ml wine bottle of fine wine.

Starting Date
2015-01-07
First Price
333.87
Price 2022-09-14
725.00
Performance/Year
+10,62 %
Total Performance
+117,15 %
Wine Auction Prices – Penfolds – Grange 2010
Starting Date
1996-04-01
First Price
75.72
Price 2022-09-14
6350.00
Performance/Year
+18,23 %
Total Performance
+8.286,16 %
Wine Auction Prices – Dujac – Clos de la Roche 1985
Starting Date
2002-06-14
First Price
293.31
Price 2022-09-14
4200.00
Performance/Year
+14,05 %
Total Performance
+1.331,93 %
Wine Auction Prices – Domaine de la Romanee Conti – Grands Echezeaux 1999
Starting Date
2007-03-18
First Price
677.17
Price 2022-09-14
4200.00
Performance/Year
+12,50 %
Total Performance
+520,23 %
Wine Auction Prices – Domaine de la Romanee Conti – La Tache 2004