On the market, the price of wine can vary widely, from tens of dollars to tens of thousands or even millions of dollars. What makes them so different in price?I. Cost
Higher quality wines require more terroir, vineyard management, and craftsmanship, which increases the winery’s time and labor costs accordingly, and therefore higher prices.
II. Brand prestige and professional wine reviews
Some well-known wineries and appellations have already earned recognition in the wine world for their excellent and consistent quality, and consumers are willing to pay a premium price to get the assurance of quality. High scores from professional wine critics can drive a wine’s price up in a short period of time.Three, the vintage
In the classic Old World regions, where the weather is highly variable, vintage differences can also affect the price of a wine, and wines from ideal years are better and more expensive.Fourth, supply and demand
The price of wine is also influenced by supply and demand in the market, such as Garage Wine and Cult Wine, which are produced in rare quantities and generally cost more.Warm Tips: Keep an eye on LuFuture.com app for the latest market updates.