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May 30, 2022 View:

Several new vintages released through Bordeaux wine merchant system

Recently, a number of the latest vintages of prestigious wines such as Opus 1, Xenia, Solaia, Andes Blanc, and Marcel D'Or were released through the Bordeaux wine merchant system, and the market response was enthusiastic.

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The 2017 vintage Opus One was released at 215 euros per bottle, down 4.4% from the 2016 vintage (225 euros). Lisa Perrotti-Brown of Team Parker, who said the vintage was not affected by the California fires and that 91% of the grapes had been harvested before the fires, gave the vintage 95 points. In addition, The Wine Spectator and Antonio Galloni also gave the vintage high scores of 96 and 95 points respectively.

The Marceldo 2017 vintage, hailed as the Italian plateau, has also been released on September 8 at €380/bottle, down 17% and 10% compared to the 2016 and 2015 vintages, respectively, with fewer quantities that may sell out. Sainia"s latest 2018 vintage received full praise from James Suckling and was released at €80/bottle, the same price as the 2017 vintage.

The 2017 vintage Soraya and 2017 vintage Andes Blanc were released at a price of €168/bottle and €48/bottle, respectively, both of which were down in price to varying degrees from previous vintages, and industry insiders said the market performance was worth looking forward to.