- Prices of Burgundy’s Domaine de la Romanée-Conti have been on the rise again.
- Five vintages of its monopole grand cru Romanée-Conti have hit new highs this year.
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The latest was the 2009 vintage, a wine Antonio Galloni (Vinous) called a “breathtaking bottle”. This week it hit a new price per bottle of £18,000.
Last month the 2006 hit a high of £16,333 per bottle, the 2005 reached a new level in June, the 2011 in May and the 2013 in April.
The record highs are part of a wider rebound for this leading Burgundian estate’s wines. From August 2019 to April 2020, the DRC index declined 8%.
From April last year to the end of July, the index rose 12%. Burgundy’s indices more generally are currently on the rise. The Burgundy 150 (of which DRC’s wines are a core component), is up 9.8% year-to-date; the best-performing sub-index of the Liv-ex Fine Wine 1000.