Bordeaux 2015 Prices Make New Wines Most Expensive Since 2010By
Crop benefited from warm, dry growing season and sunny harvest
Merchants focusing on 2015 relative value to past vintages
Price increases for the Bordeaux 2015 vintage compared with 2014 are averaging about 15 percent so far and in some cases have reached 20 percent or more, often making the critically acclaimed new wines just being released to buyers the most expensive in the market since the 2010 crop.
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