Keep on rising
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It has been a strong month for the fine wine market. The Exchange remained active with exposure — the total value of firm bids and offers — reaching a new level of £36.7 million. The number of active markets also struck a new record at 6,737. A number of wines hit record highs, including the 100-point Haut Brion 1989 that traded at £14,846 per 12x75.
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