Cheval Blanc 2021 released
Cheval Blanc 2021 from the Right Bank was released today – up 2.6% on the 2020 release. This wine has been highly rated by the critics and is being offered by the international trade for £4,740 per 12×75.
Both Neal Martin and Antonio Galloni at Vinous rated the wine 95-97 points. Martin said it was ‘uncompromising’ and ‘cerebral’. He added that while it was ‘not as flattering as the 2020’ it was still one of the leading wines of the Right Bank in this vintage.
The Wine Advocate’s William Kelley scored it 95-97 points and said it was a ‘terrific achievement’, ‘built for the long haul’.
Jane Anson rated the wine 96-points and Lisa-Perrotti-Brown MW (The Wine Independent) 95-97 points.
The new release costs less than its immediate predecessors, the 2020, 2019 and 2018 vintages – which makes it an attractive buy – and we have taken our full allocation here.
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