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24 April 2013

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Dan Rowan

Bottom line is that for many we are still being asked to part with £100 or even much more per bottle for good-but-not-great wine.
The Bordelais are looking inwards when they quote percentage price drops: perhaps they should look outwards a bit and see what else is available for a lot less money in the wider world: a world many drinkers were driven to by the speculative pricing of '09s and '10s.

Jamesatye

I honestly think the whole EP merry-go-round is coming to a gridning halt. After 15 years of EP buying, I got off in 2011. EP buyers who buy to drink will only buy the "lesser" growths if they are priced to move e.g. at 2008 or probably below. Otherwise why not just buy back vinatges of known quality and with several years of bottle age to boot?

Robert Stanier

The two 1st Growths have released wines cheaper than any other vintage. Nobody else has, even Rauzan Segla which reduced a lot: that's why Lafite and Mouton are selling through but others aren't (even though the critics clearly aren't that enthused about either Lafite or Mouton and are more passionate about 'lesser' growths).

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