Bordeaux 2015: Most Expensive Since 2010

Bordeaux 2015: Most Expensive Since 2010

by Westgarth Wines May 17, 2016

2015 weather proved favorable in Bordeaux, as a very hot June and July was tempered by August showers, then a perfect harvesting season. The quality of crop is being reflected in price. Though most top growths haven't released their wines, early releases by the likes of Chateau Beychevelle, Chateau Pape Clement and Chateau Langoa Barton have put their wines on the market and the market to buy fine wine is well aware of the increase in price. 2015 is averaging 15-20 percent higher than 2014. It may be the most Bordeaux has cost since 2010, but few can argue with the quality this vintage offers.

Continue reading: Bloomberg





Also in News

Bordeaux Wine that’s Out of this World
Bordeaux Wine that’s Out of this World

by Adam Partridge January 21, 2021

What happens when wine spends 12 months in space?

Continue Reading

Grape School: Pinot Noir Part Two: The Old World
Grape School: Pinot Noir Part Two: The Old World

by Westgarth Wines January 18, 2021

Tackling all the Pinot Noirs of the Old World is a hefty task for one article.

Continue Reading

Grape School: Pinot Noir Part One
Grape School: Pinot Noir Part One

by Westgarth Wines January 11, 2021

Pinot Noir may have been thrown into the spotlight (and Merlot under the bus) by the movie “Sideways” in 2005,...

Continue Reading