James Suckling – 2020 BORDEAUX EN PRIMEUR PRICES: DID SECOND GROWTHS BREAK THE BANK?

By July 2, 2021Press coverage

In fact, Liv-ex commented that Mouton should limit the price increase for this wine to no more than 10%, and Mouton did just that. The price of £5,196 is a moderate increase of 6% on the current price of the 2019, and well within Liv-ex’s parameters for fair value. With an overall critics’ score of 97 (James gave it a 99-100, calling it “great and impressive,” with “plushness and precision”) it should be a price the wine trade is willing to pay.

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