October: like a swan
Italy holds strong; Champagne loses fizz
Antonio Galloni on Dom Perignon
Chart of the month: Montrose 2010: climbing
Final thought: Californication
The fine wine market was like a swan at the end of October: flat and calm on the surface; paddling frantically underneath. While the performances of the indices might indicate a market slowing down, under the surface the story has been very different: activity on the Exchange as measured by value and volume reached its highest levels since March.
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