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Seven on a Stroke - Armand Rousseau sets 7 new Wine price records

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Bohams Wine Auction 28 Sept 2017 22 New Wine Price Records List
Bohams Wine Auction 28 Sept 2017 22 New Wine Price Records List

Bonhams Wine Auction London 2017-09-28

22 New Wine Price Records set

7 New Wine Price Records for Armand Rousseau Burgundy

Fantastic wine price world record for two bottles Rousseau A - Chambertin Clos de Beze 2004 vintage

The wine tasting ended and the cheerful guests from all over the world, slowly filled the auction room. 437 wine lots were auctioned at the Bonhams Wine Auction London London fine wine auction on Thursday the 2017-09-28. The tradingvolume listed at Wine-Stocks, without mixed lots was 6.164, the volume in price 595.710,48 €. The average fine wine price was 96,64 €.

During this trading day the highest percentage of the wines by 87,15 % came from the top wine region of Bordeaux. 5.372 bottles came from Bordeaux in the auction. The winery Cos d'Estournel from Bordeaux were most sold. With a total of 4,28 % or 264 bottles it was set in first place in trading volume by wine lovers. The most wanted single wine was the 2000 Larrivet Haut Brion in a 750 ml wine bottle. With more than 3,70 % of the complete range roundabout 228 wine bottles this wine was clearly the most popular wine. The most popular vintage at this fine wine auction was the 2013 vintage, with 1.369 bottles or 22,21 %, thus the vintage got the first position. The 750 ml size achieved 95,52 % or 5.888 bottles in this fine wine auction. Trading volume of lots with 12, were traded most. The most expensive wine in this auction came from Germany. One bottle Müller Egon - Scharzhofberger Riesling Trockenbeerenauslese vintage 2011 in a 1.500 ml wine bottle could be sold for 8.557,00 € per bottle. The most affordable wine prices were 48 bottles Clos Floridene Blanc vintage 2011 auctioned in the 750 ml bottle. The new wine lover paid 7,13 € per wine bottle.

Being rated second by the trade volume achieved the appellation Burgundy. 599 bottles or counted differently 9,72 % of the offers stemmed from that designation. With a proposition of 3,70 % the winery Larrivet Haut Brion had been ranked second. 228 wine bottles from this winery changed hands. The 2003 Du Tertre had been ranked second rank at the single wines. 120 bottles were sold. The vintage 2003 generated the second most trading points, 504 wine bottles from this vintage were auctioned. The trading size of 24 occurred on second most in the various lots, from the bottle size 1.500 ml, 191 wine bottles could be auctioned. The single wine, with the second most wine price was the 1966 Domaine de la Romanee Conti - Romanee Conti, one wine bottle was auctioned and scored a value of 5.477,00 € per 750 ml wine bottle. The wine of the second lowest wine price came from Bordeaux, 48 wine bottles Clos Floridene vintage 2006 changed wine owners for 7,60 € per 750 ml bottle.

Third place in wineries, with 222 bottles was Lynch Bages, third place for single wines, with a total amount of 108 wine bottles was the 2011 Lynch Bages. The third place in wine regions was awarded to Portugal with 62 or 1,01 % of the total trading volume. In the vintage ranking the 2011 took the third place with an amount of 409 auctioned wine bottles. The single wine with the third highest wine price, was a D'Yquem, 1893 vintage, with a value of 4.335,00 € for a single 750 ml wine bottle. One of the least expensive wines was ranked third in the "more affordable wine price category". It went to a 2006 Clos Floridene with a wine price of 7,73 € per 750 ml wine bottle.

The most auctioned vintage in this wine auction was the 2013th with a total of 1.369 bottles or 22,21 % and thus he got the first place. In the 750 ml bootle size 95,52 % or 5.888 units were traded. 12th packs, were most traded

The vintage 2003 set the second most trading points. 504 wine bottles from this vintage went to a new owner. The trading volume 24 set the second most trading volume . The bottle size 1.500 ml was 191 times traded in wine bottles. The vintage 2011 got the third most tradingpoints. 409 wine bottles from this vintage changed hands. The tradingvolume 36 reached the third rank in this auction. 84 wine bottles from the bottle size 375 ml were traded.

The highest price in this trade came from Germany. One wine bottle Müller Egon - Scharzhofberger Riesling Trockenbeerenauslese vintage 2011 in a 1.500 ml wine bottle changed the owner for 8.557,00 € per bottle. Most inexpensive traded were 48 wine bottles Clos Floridene Blanc vintage 2011. The auctioneer cited a selling proce of 7,13 € per 750 ml bottle. The wine with the second best wine auction price was the 1966th Domaine de la Romanee Conti - Romanee Conti. One bottle was sold and optained a wine auction price of 5.477,00 € per 750 ml bottle. The wine with the next best value was a wine from the wine region Bordeaux. 48 bottles Clos Floridene vintage 2006 was auctioned for 7,60 € per 750 ml bottle to the new owner. Third rank to the topic wine prices is the D'Yquem from the vintage 1893. This wine reached a value of 4.335,00 € for the 750 ml bottle. Very competitive was a 2006th Clos Floridene with a wine value of 7,73 € for a 750 ml bottle of fine wine.

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