Burgundy Soars Above Index Average; Bordeaux Struggles

Hammers fall at a healthy rate despite world events
Peter D. Meltzer
Issue: June 15, 2003

The roiled state of world affairs seems to have had little effect on the fine wine auction market. Edward Brooks, the managing director of Edward Roberts International, said that despite a bevy of antiwar demonstrators blocking Chicago's Lakeshore Drive near the entrance to the Chicago Yacht Club (where his March 22 sale took place), the auction enjoyed a healthy attendance.

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