- Château Langoa-Barton has been released for £354 per 12×75.
- The wine has a score of 91-93 points from Neal Martin who called it ‘gorgeous Saint-Julien’.
- The 2020 and 2017 vintages offer value in relation to today’s release.
It is being offered by the international trade for £354 per 12×75. See more pricing analysis below.
The wine has been scored 91-93 points by Neal Martin (Vinous) who said it was ‘well-defined’ with a ‘persistent finish’, a ‘gorgeous Saint-Julien’.
William Kelley at the Wine Advocate rated it 92-94 points and called it ‘immensely promising’. Along with fellow stablemate Léoville-Barton, this is the first vintage of Langoa produced in the estate’s new winery.
Jane Anson (92-points) said it lacked the ‘exuberant depths’ in more recent vintages but ‘will age and has appellation signature’.
Fair Value Analysis
The new release is coming to the market 4.1% more expensive than the 2020 vintage, which is currently available for £340 and has a higher score of 92-94 points from Martin.
The 2017 vintage also look better value in relation to today’s release, with a similar score of 93-points and a Market Price of £317 per 12×75.
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