- Château Grand Mayne 2021 has been released at £330 per 12×75.
- Neal Martin scored the wine 92-94 points.
- The 2019 looks good value among back vintages.
As part of this year’s Bordeaux En Primeur campaign, Château Grand Mayne 2021 has been released at €27.6 per bottle ex-négociant, unchanged on the 2020’s opening price.
It is being offered by the international trade for £330 per 12×75. The 2019 vintage looks better value in relation to today’s release. See more pricing analysis below.
Neal Martin (Vinous) scored the wine 92-94 points and said it was ‘another excellent wine from Jean-Antoine and Damien Nony’.
William Kelley (Wine Advocate) scored it 90-91 points, saying it was ‘lively and supple’. Antonio Galloni rated it 91-93 points and Lisa Perrotti-Brown MW (The Wine Independent) gave it a 88-90 point range.
Fair Value analysis
Grand Mayne’s best Fair Value correlation is with age rather than any single critic’s scores. Nonetheless, several older back vintages look better value than today’s release.
Buyers might consider instead the 2019, 2017 and 2014 vintages. The 2019 also has a better score from Martin (95-points).
The 2018 vintage is also very close to Fair Value, has a 94-point rating from Martin and is cheaper than the 2021.
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