- Château Duhart-Milon has been released for £672 per 12×75.
- The wine has been scored 93-points by Jane Anson.
- Older vintages of Duhart-Milon offer good value by comparison to today’s release.
As part of this year’s Bordeaux En Primeur campaign, Château Duhart-Milon 2021 has been released at €55 per bottle ex-négociant, unchanged on the 2020’s opening price.
Anson said the wine showed less of the ‘rusticity you find in older Duharts’ and Kelley thought it ‘reflects the progress this estate has been making over the last decade’.
Galloni said it was ‘serious’ and ‘brooding’ and said: ‘Whether or not it will acquire a little more charm remains an open question’.
Fair Value analysis
Duhart-Milon’s strongest fair value correlation is with age rather than critical scores. Older vintages therefore look better by comparison to today’s release.
Buyers looking for value might consider the 2019 vintage. The wine has a Market Price of £600 per case, a 12% discount to the 2021’s release price.
The 2014 meanwhile is currently available for £580 per dozen. Both wines have a score of 93-points from Neal Martin. His 2021 scores are being published this afternoon.
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