Wickman's Wine Database Search
have been aggregated from national secondary market data. Some wines may not been seen at auction for some time and the intrinsic value can change over periods of time. For an up to date wine valuation please send your list of wines to email@example.com
Notes on pricing and valuations
Typically, price clusters form over time at market value. The low value is then
from the average accumulated hammer price at auction from multiple Australian wine
auction houses over a 6 month period (where data is available). All prices are for bottles with no damage
or ullage. Well stored bottles with a documented purchase and storage history will
always attract the best prices.
High prices are typically outliers or record high values achieved over a long
period of time and,typically, includes only a very low sample of bottles sold, never
the average and most often only a single bottle.
Last sale value
This figure is not shown, as using it in isolation can produce a false sense
of the true value of a bottle.
on auction reserves
All auction houses generally set a reserve price 10% less than the
low price range. This allows for fluctuations of the market price going down as
well as up.