2014 Cos, Haut Brion, La Mission Haut Brion, Talbot and Troplong Released

 

A flurry of new releases have appeared within the last 48 hours with Cos d”Estournel, Haut Brion, La Mission Haut Brion, Talbot and Troplong all released onto the market. It looks as though it will be a week of crammed releases rather than a steady flow, but that may well be a good thing.

Cos d’Estournel 2014 released at €84.5 per bottle up 3.7% on 2013 and -3.9% on the 2012, with a London price of £825 per dozen. With many cheaper vintages currently available it does appear that collectors may be best to sit this one out this year.

Vintage Wine Current Market Price
2014 Cos d’Estournel Release Price £825
2013 Cos d’Estournel Release Price £890
2012 Cos d’Estournel £800
2011 Cos d’Estournel £795
2010 Cos d’Estournel £1,350
2009 Cos d’Estournel £1,950
2008 Cos d’Estournel £660
2007 Cos d’Estournel £685
2006 Cos d’Estournel £740
2005 Cos d’Estournel £1,415
2004 Cos d’Estournel £720
2003 Cos d’Estournel £1,295
2002 Cos d’Estournel £835
2001 Cos d’Estournel £995
2000 Cos d’Estournel £1,300

Haut Brion released at €240 per bottle ex Negoce, the same as Mouton Rothschild. Up 11.6% on the 2013 and the same price as the 2012 the London release price is £2,350 per dozen making this the cheapest vintage of Haut Brion currently available. With Neil Martin scoring this at (93-95) points similar to the 2001 and 2008 this may not be quite enough to whet the appetite to part with cash for two years.

Vintage Wine Current Market Price  
2014 Haut Brion  £2350 Release Price
2013 Haut Brion  £2400 Release Price
2012 Haut Brion £2,425
2011 Haut Brion £2,695
2010 Haut Brion £5,800
2009 Haut Brion £5,150
2008 Haut Brion £2,400
2007 Haut Brion £2,500
2006 Haut Brion £2,500
2005 Haut Brion £4,600
2004 Haut Brion £2,500
2003 Haut Brion £2,500
2002 Haut Brion £2,450
2001 Haut Brion £2,400
2000 Haut Brion £5,000

La Mission Haut Brion has been released at £1420 per dozen ex London making this a premium release, but it has achieved one of the highest release scores from Neil Martin at (95-97)pts. However will that be enough to persuade buyers that the 2014 is worth spending an extra £200-£300 on the similar 2008?

Vintage Wine Current Market Price  
2014  Mission Haut Brion  £1420 Release Price
2013  Mission Haut Brion  £1340 Release Price
2012  Mission Haut Brion £1,340
2011  Mission Haut Brion £1,225
2010  Mission Haut Brion £3,775
2009  Mission Haut Brion £4,000
2008  Mission Haut Brion £1,195
2007  Mission Haut Brion £1,200
2006  Mission Haut Brion £1,395
2005  Mission Haut Brion £3,575
2004  Mission Haut Brion £1,100
2003  Mission Haut Brion £1,300
2002  Mission Haut Brion £1,080
2001  Mission Haut Brion £1,380
2000  Mission Haut Brion £4,150

Chateau Talbot released at €21.40 per bottle ex Negoce with a London price of £290 per dozen. They have ensured the market price is kept consistent for the last three vintages, but with a slightly better vintage the quality is there.

Vintage Wine Current Market Price  
2014 Talbot £290 Release Price
2013 Talbot £290 Release Price
2012 Talbot £295
2011 Talbot £315
2010 Talbot £405
2009 Talbot £390
2008 Talbot £395
2007 Talbot £414
2006 Talbot £380
2005 Talbot £500
2004 Talbot £420
2003 Talbot £450
2002 Talbot £400
2001 Talbot £475
2000 Talbot £700

Chateau Troplong Mondot released on the Bank Holiday Monday at €57.60 per bottle ex Bordeaux, resulting a London market price of £590 per dozen. 9.1% up on the 2013 and 6.7% on the 2012. With the 2012 receiving an in bottle score from Robert Parker last week collectors may well be hunting for that more than the 2014. The 2008 looks interesting.

Vintage Wine Current Market Price
2014 Troplong Mondot Release Price £590
2013 Troplong Mondot Release Price £580
2012 Troplong Mondot £500
2011 Troplong Mondot £500
2010 Troplong Mondot £975
2009 Troplong Mondot £1,050
2008 Troplong Mondot £520
2007 Troplong Mondot £415
2006 Troplong Mondot £495
2005 Troplong Mondot £1,450
2004 Troplong Mondot £390
2003 Troplong Mondot £550
2002 Troplong Mondot £425
2001 Troplong Mondot £560
2000 Troplong Mondot £920

Prices denote best market price with stock availability on Cavex

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