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Posted on 2019-03-11


Surging interest in blue-chip producers of rare Burgundy drove fine wine prices up 9% in 2018, according to the latest Knight Frank Luxury Investment Index.

The La Romanée-Conti 1945 that became the most expensive wine sold at auction. Credit: Sotheby's


Posted in: In the press, on 2019-03-11.
Tags: fine wine, Fine Wine Investment, investing in wine, investments of passion, Knight Frank, passion asset, Sotheby's, wine, wine investment, wine market, Wine Owners,

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