WineBid Wine Auctions – Analysis & Results 2021-12-06

WineBid Wine Auctions – Analysis & Results 2021-12-06

During the long trading days in the last week,  the highest share of the range of wines of 44,72 % or 682 bottles came from the top wine region of California.

The winery Rhys from US-California found the greatest demand from the wine collectors. With a total of 4,00 % or 61 wine bottles it has won first place.

  • The most wanted single wine was the 2016 Heymann Löwenstein Winninger Rottgen Riesling Kabinett in a 750 ml wine bottle.
  • With more than 2,03 % of the total amount roundabout 31 wine bottles this wine was clearly the most popular wine.
  • The usually most sought vintage at this fine wine auction was the 2016 vintage, with 127 wine bottles or 8,33 %

Very rare wines like Heymann Löwenstein Hatzenporter Kirchberg Riesling, La Crema Chardonnay vintage 2017, 2011 Coche Dury Corton Charlemagne, Chakana Estate Selection vintage 2012, Kosta Brown, 2017 Caymus Cabernet Sauvignon, Screaming Eagle Cabernet Sauvignon 2007, and a 2007 Rusina Zinfandel were traded.

The most expensive wine in this trade came from Bordeaux.

Starting Date
2003-06-01
First Price
1806.66
Price 2021-12-06
3942.59
Performance/Year
+4,30 %
Total Performance
+118,23 %
Wine Auction Prices - Petrus 2000
Starting Date
2014-05-18
First Price
1095.00
Price 2021-12-06
3189.51
Performance/Year
+15,20 %
Total Performance
+191,28 %
Wine Auction Prices - Coche Dury - Corton Charlemagne 2011
Starting Date
2007-03-09
First Price
1520.33
Price 2021-12-06
3047.76
Performance/Year
+4,83 %
Total Performance
+100,47 %
Wine Auction Prices - Screaming Eagle - Cabernet Sauvignon 2007