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Wickman's releases chart of top 25 Australian auctions wines of 2011

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - December 21, 2011 -- Wickman's Fine Wine Auctions has released its list of the top 25 wines sold by volume at wine auction for the 2011 period.

The data is aggregated from publicly available sales data from four of Australia's leading wine auction houses.

"Penfolds took out 19 of the 25 positions with their 1998 bin 389 cabernet shiraz blend taking out the top position and seven different vintages of Penfolds Grange from the nineties taking out seven other rankings." said wine auctioneer Mark Wickman.

Other wineries that were also highly traded were d'Arenberg the dead arm shiraz, Rockford basket press shiraz, Fox Creek reserve shiraz and Wynn's Coonawarra Estate Michael shiraz.

The full list and rankings sorted by volume plus average price paid appear online at:


Notes for Editors:

About Wickman Fine Wine Auctions;

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.

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