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Investing in Italian wine: market on the move

Merchants are pleased to report investor activity spreading beyond the familiar cast of big names, yet there is a note of wait-and-see caution as to the long term.

Good momentum for SuperTuscans and a debut Barolo en primeur auction suggest Italy’s fine wine market presence has continued to expand in 2021, even if opinion varies on the number of investment-grade names.

Bordeaux Index said Italian wine trading volumes have continued growing strongly and consistently on its LiveTrade platform this year, driven by Tuscany, even as French wine royalty has also performed well.

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