- Philipponnat Clos des Goisses 2014 is being offered internationally for £2,440 per case.
- The wine was rated 94-96 points by Antonio Galloni (Vinous).
- Clos des Goisses 1998 L.V. and Les Cintres 2012 have also been released.
Philipponnat Clos des Goisses 2014 has been released through La Place de Bordeaux.
It is being offered internationally for £2,440 per case. At this price, the wine comes at a premium to others already in the market. Buyers looking for value have plenty of options among back vintages – read more pricing analysis below.
Aside from the 2014 vintage of Clos des Goisses, Philipponnat is also releasing a limited number of bottles of Les Cintres 2012, one of its single vineyard cuvées, and some recently-disgorded bottles of 1998 Clos des Goisses L.V., its ‘long ageing’ wine.
Antonio Galloni (Vinous) scored the 2014 Clos des Goisses a barrel range of 94-96 points, having tasted it from a bottle disgorged before dosage and without the addition of sulfur. ‘At this very early and unfinished stage’, he wrote, ‘the 2014 appears to be a linear, focused Champagne built more on persistance and focus than body’.
Jane Anson (Inside Bordeaux) scored the wine 95 points, noting that the cool climate in Champagne that year ‘puts emphasis on the finesse’ of the wine.
Fair Value analysis
At £2,440 per case, the new release comes at a premium to other vintages on the market, including some back vintages with higher critic scores.
Buyers looking for value may want to consider the 2004 vintage, for example, which was scored 97 points by Antonio Galloni and has a current Market Price of £2,000 per case.
The 2013 vintage was scored 98 points by Antonio Galloni and is available at a Market Price of £2,263 per case, a 7.3% discount to today’s release. The 96-point 2006 and 2009 vintages also look attractive, available at discounts of 36.5% and 38.5% to the new release respectively.
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