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Bordeaux En Primeur 2022 Releases - Cheval Blanc & Angelus

Bordeaux, Wine Investment, News, En Primeur, Critic Scores, Cheval Blanc, Angelus



On the 9th of May 2023, we have seen the release of Cheval Blanc and Chateau Angelus.

Cheval Blanc 2022

First out in this years en primeur campaign on the 9th May 2023 is Cheval Blanc from Saint Emilion, and the price is up by approximately 21% on last years release. The co-owners LVMH have coined the move as a step change in price. The ex negociant price is 470 Euro a bottle, which is equivalent to £5,760 per case of 12 bottles at 75cl each according to Liv-ex. The chateau is releasing around two thirds of the total production at en primeur, the residue will only be released when it is ready to drink, which is the same approach that Chateau Latour has taken for all production.


So far the scores have been very promising, here are some of the scores taken from Liv-Ex:


Lin Liu

97-98

winemaniacs.club

22/05/2023


Chris Kissack

97-100

thewinedoctor.com

16/05/2023


Matthew Jukes

19.5

matthewjukes.com

16/05/2023


Neal Martin

(98-100)

vinous.com

16/05/2023


Peter Moser

100

falstaff.com

12/05/2023


Rod Smith

98

timatkin.com

10/05/2023


Jeb Dunnuck

96-98+

jebdunnuck.com

10/05/2023


Colin Hay

98-100

thedrinksbusiness.com

09/05/2023


Antonio Galloni

(98-100)

vinous.com

09/05/2023


Jane Anson

98-100

janeanson.com

08/05/2023


Lisa Perrotti-Brown

98-100

thewineindependent.com

07/05/2023


James Lawther

18.5

jancisrobinson.com

05/05/2023


Jeff Leve

98-100

thewinecellarinsider.com

04/05/2023


William Kelley

(97 - 99)+

robertparker.com

28/04/2023


Georgina Hindle

98

decanter.com

21/04/2023


James Suckling

99-100

jamessuckling.com

19/04/2023


Jean-Marc Quarin

100

quarin.com

17/04/2023


Chateau Angelus

Shortly after Cheval Blanc, Chateau Angelus, also from Saint Emilion has become the second estate to release its price on the 9th May 2023. Again, we have seen another increase in the price, and this time the price is up by over 30% according to Liv-ex. This is the highest release price in the last 22 vintages.


The ex negociant price is 350 Euro a bottle, which is equivalent to £4,296 per case of 12 bottles at 75cl each according to Liv-ex. This price eclipses the second ever highest release price for Angelus when compared to the 2016 vintage at 294 Euro per bottle. The only wines from the estate to be higher in value from the secondary market according to Liv-ex are the 2000, 2005 and 2012 which all have 97 points awarded by Neal Martin. Neal Martin is one of the most influential critics when it comes to en primeur.


So far the scores have been very promising, here are some of the scores taken from Liv-Ex:


Lin Liu

100

winemaniacs.club

22/05/2023


Chris Kissack

97-100

thewinedoctor.com

16/05/2023


Matthew Jukes

19.5

matthewjukes.com

16/05/2023


Neal Martin

(95-97)

vinous.com

16/05/2023


Peter Moser

99

falstaff.com

12/05/2023


Jeb Dunnuck

97-99

jebdunnuck.com

10/05/2023


Rod Smith

96

timatkin.com

10/05/2023


Colin Hay

97-99

thedrinksbusiness.com

09/05/2023


Antonio Galloni

(93-95)

vinous.com

09/05/2023


Jane Anson

97

janeanson.com

09/05/2023


Lisa Perrotti-Brown

98-100

thewineindependent.com

08/05/2023


James Lawther

17.5 +

jancisrobinson.com

05/05/2023


Jeff Leve

98-100

thewinecellarinsider.com

04/05/2023


William Kelley

(96 - 98)

robertparker.com

28/04/2023


James Suckling

98-99

jamessuckling.com

19/04/2023


Jean-Marc Quarin

99

quarin.com

17/04/2023


Georgina Hindle

97

decanter.com

01/04/2023

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