The Liv-ex Fine Wine 100 index has recorded a score of 311.66 for April, which represents a rise of 0.31% on the March figure and follows four months of declines.

March saw a drop of 0.5% and December, January and February each experienced a 0.1% decline.

The Liv-ex Fine Wine 100 index tracks the prices of the world’s leading 100 wines and is available on Bloomberg Terminals. It is claimed to be the industry benchmark fine wine market index.

Three of the top five movers in April were from the Champagne region: Tattinger’s 2006 Comtes Champagne, Louis Roederer’s 2007 Cristal and Krug’s 2002 Vintage Brut.

The price of Tattinger’s Comtes Champagne increased by 4.5% from £706 to £738, Krug Vintage Brut rose 6.5% from £2,800 to £2,982 and Louis Roederer’s Cristal grew by 5% from £2,950 to £3,088.

Bordeaux-based Angelus’s 2010 saw a 4.7% increase from £2,950 to £3,088 and Domaine de la Romanée’s 2012 Richebourg from Burgundy experienced a 5% rise from £18,736 to £19,666.

Tattinger, Angelus and Krug’s products were among the biggest fallers in March. Angelus experienced a 5.8% decline, Krug recorded a 6.7% fall and Tattinger saw a 5.4% price reduction.

The biggest fallers in April were dominated by fine wines from the Bordeaux and Burgundy regions. Domaine de la Romanée’s 2012 Tache recorded the largest decline in price of 7.9% from £30,659 to £28,240.

Bordeaux’s Lafite’s 2000 Rothschild, Ducre’s 2009 Beaucaillou and Vieaux’s 2009 Chateau Certan experienced a decline of 6%, 3.9% and 3.7% respectively.

Burgundy’s Comte Vogue’s 2014 Musigny VV dropped in price in both March and April. It declined by 5.2% in March and 3.7% in April from £4,780 in February to £4,533 in March to £4,366 in April.