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The third week of February was relatively quiet for the trade. While most regions pulled back on the previous week, Bordeaux’s share by value rose from 54.4% to 64.1%. It was helped by increased activity from the First Growths—Lafite, in particular.
Italy also improved on last week, up from 9.6% to 11.2%. Champagne’s trade share by value fell to 5.3%, while Burgundy experienced a slight dip from 14.5% to 11.2%.
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