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Over the past three months, the right bank has had its fair share of the Bordeaux limelight, largely due to the success of the 2005 Parker re-score. From our company perspective we have received a significant increase in the demand for low production, high scoring Chateaux; factors synonymous with many wines produced in St. Emillion and Pomerol. Production levels for wines from these regions typically falls between 500 and 2000 cases per annum, which in comparison to their left bank counterparts is significantly reduced (annual output for Medoc 1st Growths can be 20k+ cases).

It's important to note, that throughout the Bordeaux price-correction which saw the majority of the Left-Bank retreat in value between 2011 and 2014, most Right-Bank estates benefited from a broader market demand.

The production levels associated with these wines does ensure that the volatility of the market is greatly reduced. However, this smaller secondary market has in the past restricted the potential for these wines to reach the heady levels set by first growths. With a noticeable increase in demand from the Far East for wines other than the traditional, stronghold 1st Growths and wider left-bank wines, these three stocks are perfectly positioned for the recovery that we continue to see.



Petrus 2009 - £12,500 per 6x75cl / £24,500 per 12x75cl

  • 100 pts from Wine Advocate.
    •  Back-to-back 100 points in 09 and 10.
  • 99 from James Suckling and Wine Spectator.
  • Average production 2,400 cases pa.
  • Discount of 16.8% from release, steadied after bottom last August and showing early signs of recovery.
    •  Up 6.9% since March.
  • Comparable vintages per 12x75cl.
    •  2000 (100 pts) £36,000.
    •  1982 (93 pts) £42,000.
    •  1961 (100 pts) £118,000.


Le Pin 2010 - £12,000 per 6x75cl

  • Perfect 100 Points.
    •  Back-to-back 100 points in 09 and 10.
  • 100 from James Suckling.
  • Average production 600 cases pa.
  • 41.2% growth over last 3 years.
  • Comparable vintages per 6x75cl.
    •  2009 (100 pts) £14,400.
    •  2000 (96 pts) £15,450.
    •  1990 (98 pts) £17,255.
    •  1982 (100 pts) £38,604.


Château Beauséjour-Duffau 2009 - £2,750 per 12x75cl

  • Perfect 100 Points.
  • One of 6 back-to-back 100-pointers from the 2009 and 2010 vintages.
  • 1990 vintage (100 Points) £7,500 per 12x75cl.
  • 2009 production down 30%, only 800 cases produced.
  
 
All three of the wines highlighted above are available, stock Is limited. Please contact your portfolio manager should you wish to discuss in further detail.
 
 
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