- Château Belair-Monange 2021 has been released at £1,350 per 12×75.
- Neal Martin gave a barrel range of 90-92 points.
- There are buying opportunities among several older vintages.
The 2014, 2017 and 2018 vintages look good value in relation to today’s release. See more pricing analysis below.
Neal Martin (Vinous) gave the wine an initial barrel range of 90-92 points noting that, ‘I cannot help but feel this top-ranking Saint-Emilion is struggling to nail down its identity this season’.
Jane Anson gave it a higher rating of 95-points saying it was a ‘clear success in the vintage’. William Kelley (Wine Advocate) also gave it a score of 93-95 and thought that ‘the identity of this cru is becoming more and more marked’.
Fair Value analysis
Buyers looking for value might consider 2017 vintage. The wine has 96-points from Martin and is available for under £1,000 (12×75).
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