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Rosé Champagne Collection

Iconic Rosé Champagnes from Exemplary Vintages

$41,000Collection Value
1,000Total Shares
74Total Bottles
2024-2026Estimated Sale
$41Share Price

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Key Highlights

Driven by all-time high demand from the US, the Champagne 50 Liv-Ex Index finished 2021 up 40.0% beating the 2nd place, Burgundy 150 Index (28.6%), by nearly 12%.

Rosé Champagne is Taking Market Share from White Champagne

Globally, sales of rosé Champagne now make up 18% of Champagne wines traded, up from less than 10% in 2016.

Top Champagne Traded by Value 2021 - 2012 Cristal Rosé

In 2021 the 2012 Cristal Rosé topped all Champagne wines in trade by value. This collection features both the 750ml bottling and the highly-collectable 1.5L bottling of the 2012 Cristal Rosé.

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Collection Description

2021 was a banner year for Champagne on the secondary market. The Champagne 50 Liv-Ex Index finished 2021 up 40.0% for the year and up more than 425% since 2003. In many cases, these numbers might indicate an overheated market, but in the case of Champagne, the fundamentals tell a different story. Champagne has been gaining momentum on the secondary market for over a decade, and the Champagne 50 Index has experienced relatively consistent growth compared to the Liv-Ex 100 index and other regions that have experienced inconsistent growth in bursts. An interesting quality of Champagne, especially vintage Champagne, that differs from many other collectible wines is that while it develops and improves with age, many bottlings can still be enjoyed while young. This drinkability leads more vintage Champagne to be collected both for consumption as well as investment. While consumption doesn't make a dent in the millions of bottles of non-vintage Champagne produced, it does when it comes to vintage Champagne, which only makes up 5% of total bottlings. Taking this concept a step further, there is even less vintage rosé Champagne, as it is only made in years when the weather conditions are optimal. The heat is needed to ripen the skins of the red grapes Pinot Noir and Meunier enough to include them in winemaking. The market for Champagne has traditionally been centered on the UK, with Europe and the US competing for second, followed by Asia. This status quo has been drastically altered in recent years, with the United States (39.1%) taking over as the leading market for Champagne in 2021, narrowly beating out the UK (37.4%). The United States has not only purchased more Champagne, but the country also bought more rosé Champagne, with sales up 219% in 2021 compared to 2020. With increased United States demand and global interest growing in rosé Champagne as a category, rosé Champagne set a record for the percentage of total Champagne sales in 2021, garnering a full 18% of total sales by value. In fact, the top Champagne traded by value in 2021, white or rosé, was a rosé Champagne - 2012 Cristal Rosé, which is featured in this collection in both 750ml and magnum. Once a wine known only to connoisseurs and Champagne insiders, due to the low volumes made and the fact that it wasn't made every year, rosé Champagne has been continuously capturing market share and collectors' attention. With Champagne showing strong signs of growth in 2022 with the latest releases garnering great fanfare and demand, the prospects appear promising for rosé Champagne to maintain its momentum on the world stage.