Wine and Whisky Auction at Christie’s Hong Kong on 5 December 2020

Wine and Whisky Auction at Christie’s Hong Kong on 5 December 2020

Great success for Christie's Wine Auction in Hong Kong

Christie's Wine Auction Day on 5 December 20 was again able to attract investors from all over the world. In the wine price database of Wine-Stocks 446 different lots were stored, an auction volume of more than 2,900 wine bottles, excluding mixed lots, was calculated. The volume of wine auctioned was € 1,745,656.59, the average price of a wine bottle sold was € 601.95

On this trading day, in the auction room set up for the illustrious bidders from all over the world, the Bordeaux wine region accounted for the largest share of the trading volume of 56.14%. From this wine region alone, 1,628 bottles of wine came to the wine auction. The Lafite winery from Bordeaux was the most sought after. With a total share of 11.21 % or 325 bottles, it was ranked first in popularity by wine lovers. The most popular single wine was the 2005 Lafite in the 750ml bottle. With more than 3.52 % of the complete range, the equivalent of 102 bottles, this wine was clearly the most popular.

The highest wine value in the auction comes from Bordeaux. Two bottles Lafleur vintage 1982 in the 3.000ml wine bottle could be auctioned for 26.525,00 € per bottle

Second place in the wine price ranking, comes from Australia-SA. One bottle of Penfolds - Grange vintage 1951 in the 750ml wine bottle could be auctioned for 20.159,00 € per bottle.

The wine that reaches the third place in the wine price ranking is a Jayer Henri - Vosne Romanee Cros Parantoux from the 1993 vintage with a value of 18.037,00 € for the 1.500ml bottle

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