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1. This article was based on auction sales of Champagne at Sotheby’s (NY, HK and London), Acker Merrall & Condit (NY, HK), Zachys (HK, NY), Hart Davis Hart (Chicago) and Christie’s (HK, NY, London) between 1 January 2006 and 31 July, 2011 – a total of more than 6,300 auction lots. The records are based on unmixed, non-verticals.
2. In some tables lot values are reduced to their 75cl standard format and prices recalculated accordingly, eg if a magnum 1.5l lot sells for £500, the 75cl equivalent is £250. It is worth noting that there are significant premiums attached to larger formats which tend to skew the results where this calculation has been used depending on the underlying sales data.
3. All prices include buyers’ premiums.
4. Average prices (where stated) are obtained using a proprietary weighting by quantity sold.
5. The Wines of Bordeaux Vintages and Tasting Notes 1952-2003. Clive Coates MW. Published by Weidenfeld and Nicholson, 2004.
6. Fine Wine magazine - Spring 2009. The Bordeaux Negociants p23
7. FineWinePress.com: Scores - Sense or nonsense?
8. Evolutions des notes - Robert Parker: B Leguern
9. based on one sample tasted at the Château in April 2009
10. FineWineJournal.com: Bordeaux 2008 - the Year of the Price
11. Mar 2012
12. Price at time of going to press (not auction
13, 17, 18. Bordeaux Bourgogne - les passions rivales. Hachette Litératures. 2005. Jean-Robert Pitte.
14. All prices include Buyers Premium which vary according to location and auction house and were for the period 2009 – 2012.
15. Many lots of top Burgundy are sold as 'Assortment'. This article only uses whole lots with exclusive vintages/growers/bottle sizes. Bottles are converted to standard equivalents of 75cl.
16. Amongst auction records for Montrachet some are undefined in terms of their producer but these make up less than 20% of the total value covering all traded vintages for the period. It is also likely that many of these are the top-traded wines.
19. Unmixed, non-verticals from Sotheby's, Christie's, Acker Merrall & Condit, Zachys, Hart Davis Hart