- Vin de Constance 2019 has been released for £540 per 12×50.
- The wine was scored 98-points by Jane Anson.
- There is value in the 2018 and 2013 vintages.
The 2019 vintage of Klein Constantia’s Vin de Constance has been released through La Place de Bordeaux. The wine is being offered internationally for £540 per case of 12x50cl bottles.
Although not rated yet by the Wine Advocate, there appears to be good value among recent back vintages. See more Fair Value analysis below
The wine was scored 98-points by Jane Anson, who said it ‘was another stunning success’, ‘wonderfully seductive and opulent’.
Neal Martin writing for Vinous gave it a score of 97-points, saying it was ‘Sauternes-like even if it does not contain an ounce of botrytis,’ as well as ‘slightly Germanic towards the finish’.
Lisa Perrotti-Brown MW of The Wine Independent gave it a score of 94-points. She said it was, ‘like liquid Turkish delight’.
The 2019 vintage has not yet been rated by the Wine Advocate. Nonetheless, it will need to achieve a score of at least 96-points in order to begin to look good value at its current price.
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