2010 Bordeaux - Printable Version
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- andrawes76 - 06-13-2011 11:43 AM
Boy its looking like another blood bath in Bordeaux. Pontet Canet is released at 100 euro which means its $150 a bottle on release. I bought 06 and 05 for under $75 and they are awesome wines but I am not sure I can justify even as a guy in the industry to pay this amount. Teysseron is a fantastic proprietor, but is he caught up in the Asian Market swell? :-T
- winoweenie - 06-13-2011 12:45 PM
Pure unadulterated INSANITY!!!! Again for me it's TEXAS>>.EL PASO WW :!: :!: :!:
- andrawes76 - 06-13-2011 12:50 PM
WW, you are beyond the funniest wine man alive. If there was stand up wine comedy, you'd be king my friend!
- TheEngineer - 08-17-2011 01:42 AM
Alex, I missed this post as I was in final preps for my trip. But I agree with you. Last year I balked but still paid for two cases. This year I balked, choked and then turned away, only to turn back and buy a few bottles to keep the vertical alive. Pontet Canet was a great wine for me when I could buy the 2000's for $39 a bottle. It was a very good value at $89 for the 2005, not so good at $99 for the 2006's and now at $179 a bottle...... No, different league. Is it as good as Palmer, Cos, Ducru and frankly they are way overpriced. I understand the logic that they are using but man it hurts and I'm voting with my wallet.
- winoweenie - 08-17-2011 02:14 PM
Smart move. The only way the Frenchies'll learn is to sit on a couple of vntages. Haven't bought diddly from them since the 2000s and can be comfortaable that I wont run out of juice. And the way the market has been swing I dernd sure could run outta' money. WW