Leoville Poyferre 2019 was released at €49.20 per bottle ex-negociant, down 25.4% on the 2018 release (€66). The wine is coming to market with a recommended retail price of £616 per 12×75, down 24.5% on the 2018 (£816).
James Suckling awarded the wine a barrel range of 96-97 points. In his tasting note, he said it was “chewy and rich this year with lots of ripe tannins and solid depth of fruit”.
Jean-Marc Quarin also scored the wine favourably, awarding it 96 points.
For more information on this year’s Leoville Poyferre, you can view the Chateau’s vintage presentation on the Union des Grand Cru de Bordeaux’s YouTube channel, here.
As the chart above shows, prices for Leoville Poyferre are 75% correlated to scores. Based on today’s release price of £616, a score of 94 points would place today’s release at ‘Fair Value’. Indeed, with scores of 96 from both James Suckling and Jean-Marc Quarin, today’s release looks encouraging.
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