Armailhac 2019 was released this morning at €28.8 per bottle ex-negociant, down 17.2% on the 2018’s opening price of €34.8. It is being offered at £372 per 12×75, down 11.4% on the 2018 release of £420 per case.

You can watch the UGCB presentation of today’s release here.

James Suckling scored the 2019 d’Armailhac 92-93 points, and described it as “full-bodied, round and ripe. Crisp and fresh at the end. Juicy and delicious already”. Jean-Marc Quarin awarded it 93 points, while Jeff Leve (The Wine Cellar Insider) a similar range of 92-94.

Today’s release is coming to the market at a similar price level to 2017, 2014, 2013 and 2015.

Prices for Armailhac do not show a strong correlation with critic scores; instead, they are influenced by age. Many of the older vintages of Armailhac now command a Market Price closer to £600 per case.

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Our Bordeaux 2019 pages contain everything you need to know about this year’s En Primeur campaign; analysis tools, critics scores, reports and more.