I-deal Encheres – Auction Results 2022-08-31 Jacques Selosse Blanc de Blancs 2005 – Highest Wine Price Ever

I-deal Encheres – Auction Results 2022-08-31 Jacques Selosse Blanc de Blancs 2005 – Highest Wine Price Ever

Wednesday 2022-08-31 end of the wine auction week at I-deal Encheres Vins

  • One wine bottle Champagne - Jacques Selosse Blanc de Blancs vintage 2005 size 750 ml, changed wine lover for 1.010,00 € and thus reached a new wine maximum price.

The result was the second world record for wine prices and because of the wine value on the at I-deal Encheres Vins which optained a wineprice of 966,67 €, the current performance is 43,33 € or +4,48 %.

The organisers of the I-deal Encheres Vins wine auction have hailed growing demand for high-end wines from all over the world, as this month event achieved record prices.

I-deal Encheres Vins could still register more wine price records.

  • One wine bottle 2012 Raveneau Chablis Valmur was sold and reached a all-time high price of 700,00 € per 750 ml bottle. Thus the Raveneau Chablis Valmur received a appreciation of +27,27 % or 150,00 €.

  • 2014 Dauvissat Vincent Chablis les Clos in a 750 ml wine bottle, maintained with a wine price of 360,00 € and was able to set a wine price record. This corresponds to a total performance of 10,00 € or +2,86 %.

  • 2015 Allemand Thierry Cornas les Chaillots in a 750 ml bottle, maintained with a value of 325,00 € and set a wine price record. This corresponds to a total appreciation of 105,00 € or +47,73 %.

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The fine wine auction on Wednesday the 2022-08-31 at I-deal Encheres Vins reached wine lovers, wine cellar owners and wine clubs from all over the world.

  • More then 1.971 wine lots were offered, the volume of bottles, without mixed lots and listed at the wine.network, was 3.680 wine bottles.
  • The listed volume in prices was 572.480,36 €, again without mixed lots,
  • The average wine bottle price was 155,57 €.

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.

2015 Allemand Thierry Cornas les Chaillots, 2014 Dauvissat Vincent Chablis les Clos, 2012 Raveneau Chablis Valmur, Jacques Selosse Blanc de Blancs vintage 2005, 2018 Connetable de Talbot, Magnum Petrus 2004, Domaine de l'Anglore, 2002 Pavillon Rouge, The winery Jamet J P, 2010 Petrus, Chave Jean Louis, 2009 Clos du Pelerin, Petrus 2016, 2020 La Source,

During this wine trading day the biggest part of the range of wines 2.038 wine bottles or 55,38 % came from the top wine region of Bordeaux.

The winery Jamet J P from Rhone were most frequently traded. With a total of 3,02 % or 111 bottles it was set on the first place in popularity by wine lovers.

The most popular single wine was the 2018 Connetable de Talbot in a 750 ml wine bottle. With more than 0,68 % of the trade amount roundabout 25 bottles this wine was clearly the most popular wine.

The usually most sought vintage at this long trading day was the 2010 vintage, with 231 bottles or 6,28 %, thus the vintage got the first position.

The 750 ml size achieved 96,01 % or 3.533 bottles in this auction.

Being rated second by the trade volume reached the appellation Rhone.

1.014 wine bottles or otherwise calculated 27,55 % of the total volume stemmed from that designation. With a proposition of 2,53 % the winery Domaine de l'Anglore occupies second place. 93 bottles from this winery were auctioned.

The 2002 Pavillon Rouge occupied the second place at the single wines. 24 bottles were traded.

The vintage 2012 achieved the second most trading points, 220 bottles from this vintage changed the wine lover. The dealing volume of three occurred on second most in the various lots, from the bottle size 1.500 ml, 104 bottles could be traded.

The single wine, with the second most wine value was the 2010 Petrus, two wine bottles were auctioned and reached a price of 4.000,00 € per 750 ml bottle.

The most expensive wine in this wine auction came from Bordeaux.

  • One magnum Petrus vintage 2004 (1.500ml) changed the owner for 4.940,00 € per unit.
  • Two bottles Petrus Vintage 2010 in a 750 ml bottle got a new wine lover for 4.000,00 € each.
  • A Chateau Petrus vintage 2016 shined with a wine price of 3.400,00 € for a 750 ml bottle.
Starting Date
2016-12-14
First Price
320.00
Price 2022-08-31
1010.00
Performance/Year
+22,29 %
Total Performance
+215,63 %
Wine Auction Prices - Jacques Selosse - Blanc de Blancs 2005
Starting Date
2007-11-29
First Price
1368.50
Price 2022-08-31
4940.00
Performance/Year
+9,09 %
Total Performance
+260,98 %
Wine Auction Prices - Petrus 2004
Starting Date
2011-05-01
First Price
2000.00
Price 2022-08-31
4000.00
Performance/Year
+6,31 %
Total Performance
+100,00 %
Wine Auction Prices - Petrus 2010
Starting Date
2019-06-19
First Price
2700.00
Price 2022-08-31
3400.00
Performance/Year
+7,47 %
Total Performance
+25,93 %
Wine Auction Prices - Petrus 2016