- Cardinale 2019 has been released for £3,600 per 12×75.
- The wine was scored 96-points by The Wine Advocate.
- The 2018 looks good value among back vintages.
Cardinale 2019 has been released through La Place de Bordeaux. The wine is being offered by the international trade for £3,600 per 12×75 (£900 per 3×75).
There is value among many back vintages. See more pricing analysis below.
Joe Czerwinski (The Wine Advocate) gave the 2019 vintage a score of 96-points, saying it had a ‘long, mouthwatering finish’.
Antonio Galloni (Vinous) rated it 97+ and said he expected it to ‘enjoy a long life based on its spectacular balance’.
Lisa Perrotti-Brown MW (The Wine Independent) gave it a score of 99-points, while Jane Anson gave it a rating of just 94-points.
The new release looks expensive versus many of its back vintages. The 98-point (WA) 2012, 2014 and 2018 all look good value, with prices around £2,000 per case.
The 97-point 2016 might be another buying option, while the 96-point 2013, 2015 and 2017 also offer value.
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