- Promontory 2017 has been released for £9,480 per 12×75.
- The wine has 97-points from both Lisa Perrotti-Brown MW and Antonio Galloni.
- There is value among back vintages such as 2016 and 2013.
Promontory 2017 has been released through La Place de Bordeaux. It is being offered internationally for £9,480 per 12×75.
There is value in the wine’s back vintages, especially the 100-point 2016. See more pricing analysis below.
Lisa Perrotti-Brown MW (The Wine Independent) scored the wine 97-points (as she had done when at The Wine Advocate), calling it a, ‘highly commendable achievement in a challenging vintage!’ and that it, ‘should be drinking beautifully pretty much from the get-go, offering a good 25+ years of cellaring potential’.
Antonio Galloni (Vinous) scored it 97-points as well. He said that due to the challenges of the vintage, ‘winemaker David Cilli gave the 2017 32 months in cask, a bit longer than usual, to help all the elements come together, a choice that has paid off handsomely’.
Meanwhile, Jane Anson scored the wine 98-points, and commented: ‘A muscular, powerful wine, even at five years old this is still in its primary fruit phase. Give it a good few hours to unwind in a carafe if drinking soon.’
Fair value analysis
The new release is 18.0% more expensive than the 2016 was on release. That particular vintage has 100-points from The Wine Advocate and is currently available for £8,640 per dozen.
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