Is Pape Clement One of the Most Undervalued Wines in the 2012 Bordeaux Vintage?

September 19, 2015

Rated in the top five wines of the vintage by Robert Parker this May with 97-points, he labelled the Pape Clement an “iconic” example from the estate in what is quickly becoming apparently the most under-appreciated vintage from Bordeaux since the 2008s.

As Liv-ex has noted, its upgrade to 97-points from 92-95 and Parker’s fulsome praise did much to boost the wine when it became physical in April.

Having slumped to £400 ($627) a case at that point it rose in the space of just a month to a new high of £550 ($862) – up 38%.

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