08 June 2022

What would happen if wine was judged by different criteria to the usual ones?

France and Italy are the big dogs of wine, but which would come out on top if they squared off against each other?


According to exchange platform Liv-ex, Champagne and Tuscany recently elevated their secondary market trade share up to 14.8 percent and 7.9 percent respectively. The 2017 vintage of Sassicaia was being sold at a record high of £2400 ($3018) per case last week, up 41.2 percent on its release price. This points to one conclusion. If profit is your holy grail, you know which horses to bet on.


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