The British fine-wine trading company Liv-ex has published its price classification for 2021, the most widely traded wines on the secondary market. In 2019, Bordeaux wines made up just over 37 percent of the classification list, this year it is only 28.6 percent. The number of Burgundian wines has also decreased by 30 percent, according to Liv-ex. There were 102 Burgundian wines in 2019, down from 71 in 2021.
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