Château d’Armailhac 2022 Released

An exciting release today from the Mouton Rothschild stable – with Château d’Armailhac playing their hand. The estate received it’s highest score to date by Neal Martin with 93-95 points.

A wine that enjoys an international following – wines from d’Armailhac typically increase with value with age, rather than relying on critic scores.

Neal Martin (Vinous) awarded the wine a barrel range of 93-95 points, praising the ‘gentle and discrete crescendo’ of the finish. He predicts that ‘it will surely be irresistible once it reaches its peak’. In his words: ‘you’ve been warned’.

James Suckling gave it a range of 96-97 points, calling it ‘one to watch’ thanks to its ‘tight and racy palate that shows persistence and verve’.

Jean-Marc Quarin awarded the wine 95 points, praising its ‘very aromatic, fine, fruity, subtle, pure, floral and liquorice nose’.

William Kelley (Wine Advocate) scored it a lower 92-94 points. He noted that it was a ‘layered and concentrated wine that’s deep, lively and seamless’.

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