Armailhac 2019 was released this morning at £372 per 12×75, down 11.4% on the 2018 release of £420 per case.

Armailhac is part of the Mouton stable and is a wine that is not overly influenced by critic scores – instead are influenced by age. As you can see from the graph below – many of the older vintages command a price of over £600 per case.

James Suckling scored the 2019 d’Armailhac 92-93 points, and described it as “full-bodied, round and ripe. Crisp and fresh at the end. Juicy and delicious already”.

Jean-Marc Quarin awarded it 93 points, while Jeff Leve (The Wine Cellar Insider) a similar range of 92-94.

This is a wine we like to have in our portfolios – as typically performs well. We have taken our full allocations of this wine.

If you are interested in finding out more about investment wine – please contact charles@waudinvestmentwines.com