The key findings:
- Burgundy’s Domaine Leroy ranks in first place. The wine ranked in the top 50 for all categories, bar volumes traded and has now been in the top five for the third year running. It was followed by Domaine Leflaive in 2nd.
- Germany's Keller ranks amongst the top ten biggest risers in the top 100.
- Italy is on the rise as several brands receive record high rankings, including Gaja (3rd), Sassicaia (4th), Ornellaia (6th), Masseto (9th) and Solaia (13th).
- The market continues to broaden as more wines than ever qualify for inclusion, up 12.7% on last year.
- This market growth and diversification has forced 5 Bordeaux and 10 Burgundy brands out of the top 100 and replaced them with wines from Italy, Rhone, USA, Australia and Spain.
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