Quinault L’Enclos has been released at €24 per bottle ex négociant, the same price as the 2018 release, and 11.1% up on the 2017 release of €21.6. The wine is being offered at £300 per 12×75, a 3.4% increase on the 2018 of £290 a case.
Jean Marc-Quarin is currently the only critic to have published a review of the wine. He awarded 92 points, noting “the palate presents itself in tactile delicacy, with radiance in the middle, good presence, a fine touch and length in the finish,” adding the “alcohol level: 14.5%”.
This year’s Quinault L’Enclos is coming to the market above a number of recent vintages. Buyers looking for value may consider the 2007 and 2014 vintages, which at an equivalent 92 points and with multiple years of bottle age, are at a 5.7% and 21.7% discount, respectively.
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