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Top 25 Traded Australian Wines of 2012

Wickman’s release annual chart of the top 25 Australian wines traded at auctions in Australia over 2012

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA – Thursday December 27, 2012 -- Wickman's Fine Wine Auctions release the annual list of top 25 Australian wines sold through Australian wine auctions by volume for the 2012 period.

Euro-failing countries and looming fiscal cliffs did not deter fine wine drinkers from indulging in their favourite aged tipple this year.

During 2012 Australian fine wine drinkers turned over approximately 17.5 million dollars via Australia’s five specialist fine wine auction houses.

While the wine auction market in Asia continues to drop, Australia and Australian secondary market wines have remained relatively steady with only minor gains and falls in average trading prices of the 25 leading auction wines (by volume) of 2012.

The full table is available with commentary at: 


A reference of Australia’s leading wine auctions by category and volume traded is available at: 




Visit Wickman’s online at www.wickman.net.au


Notes for Editors:

About Wickman Fine Wine Auctions;

Wickman’s have been providing independent market intelligence and advice on the wine auction sector since 2003. It is the only company in Australia with a wealth of proprietary software resources that aggregates key data published by the leading Australian auction houses.

Distinguished by innovation and driven by passion, Wickman’s Fine Wine Auctions has been a lively and profitable meeting ground for wine buyers and sellers since 2003. A family business based in South Australia, Wickman’s prides itself on its position as a reliable resource with a well-spring of extraordinary values and opportunities.

Over the years, Wickman’s has continued to launch unique initiatives in an attempt to set the company apart from traditional online wine auction websites, introducing guaranteed provenance into Australian wine auctions and holding regular wine tasting events and dinners for its members.