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Bordeaux 2023 market analysis: ‘Brilliant’ Pichon Comtesse down 35%

Highly-rated wines from Left Bank heavyweights Château Pichon Comtesse and Château Palmer have reignited the second half of this year’s Bordeaux en primeur campaign in what is expected to be a big week of releases.

Château Pichon Longueville Comtesse de Lalande 2023 has released at a discount of more than 30% versus on its 2022-vintage en primeur offering from last year. 

Rated highly by Decanter and others, this could be one to watch in what is expected to be a busy few days of releases in the Bordeaux en primeur campaign – following a pause last week due to Vinexpo Asia. 

In the nearby Margaux appellation, top-rated Château Palmer 2023 also emerged on Monday afternoon (3 June), although the wine appeared to be more expensive than several back-vintages.

Four new releases on Monday: 

Update: More releases emerged on Tuesday morning (4 June), including Pichon Baron and Pavie. See our separate article on the Tuesday releases here.


See Decanter’s full verdict on the Bordeaux 2023 vintage, plus ratings and tasting notes on the top-scoring wines



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