Wednesday 2020-11-25 wine trading day at Sterlin Wine Auctions
The auction room was equipped with screens and lots of chairs for the wine lovers and wine owners. The wine auction of Sterlin Wine Auctions on 2020-11-25 invites interested wine investors from all parts of the world .
In the price database of Wine-Stocks 4.314 different lots were saved. A trading volume with 4.317 wine bottles, without mixed lots, was counted.
The reached wine price volume landed at 338.055,00 €. The average wine price of a traded wine bottle was 78,31 €.
One bottle of Ornellaia – Masseto vintage 2014 in a bottle size 750 ml, changed owner for 611,00 €.
With a lot of prospective the value rocked until 611,00 € per 750 ml wine bottle achieve a world record for wine prices.
Since the last wine price on the 2020-09-25 at Hart Davis Hart Wine Auction which reached a fine wine price of 393,67 €, the current performance is 217,33 € or +55,21 %.
The organisers of the Sterlin Wine Auctions wine auction have hailed growing demand for high-end wines from all over the world, as this month event achieved record prices.
One bottle of Henschke – Hill Of Grace vintage 1990 in a size 750 ml, changed the owner for 571,00 €.
In a dramatic bidding war the fine wine price rose until 571,00 € per 750 ml wine bottle and realized the second fantastic world record for fine wine prices in this fine wine auction.
Since the last wine price on the 2020-10-22 at Langtons Wine Auction which attained a wine value of 417,05 €, the momentary increase in value is 153,95 € or +36,91 %.
2014 Chave Jean Louis – Hermitage in a 750 ml bottle, came up with a wine price of 447,00 € and was able to set a all time high price. This corresponds to a total performance of 292,34 € or +189,02 %.
1994 Henschke – Hill Of Grace in a 750 ml wine bottle, came up with a wine price of 512,00 € and set a wine price record. This corresponds to a total performance of 167,00 € or +48,41 %.
A bottle of Penfolds – Grange, 1960 vintage, reached a wine value of 1.582,00 € for a single 750 ml wine bottle.
The largest share of the trading volume at the wine trading day, got wineries from the wine region Australia-SA. Australia-SA provided 1.319 bottles or converted 30,55 % from all trades on that dealing day.
The usually most sought vintage at this long trading day was the 2016 vintage with 619 bottles.
One wine bottle Krug – Clos d’Ambonnay vintage 1995 in a 750 ml wine bottle went under the hammer for 2.557,00 € per single bottle.
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