The Grand Jury Europeen, which we covered in a previous post, has released its rankings for the 2005 Bordeaux vintage. As usual with the Jury's tastings – which are conducted blind by a panel that includes Michel Bettane, Anthony Hanson and Stephane Derenoncourt – there are a number of surprises, not least the lowly position of  Petrus (51st) and Haut Brion (45th). Full details on the tasters and methodology can be found on their website. The top 60 by ranking are below.

1 Pape Clement
2 Lascombes
3 Lafite-Rothschild
4 Mouton-Rothschild
5 Ausone
6 Montrose
7 Haut Marbuzet
8 Smith Haut Lafitte
9 La Gomerie
10 Clerc Milon
11 Ducru Beaucaillou
12 Domaine de Chevalier
13 Prieure Lichine
14 Haut Condissas
15 La Mondotte
16 Leoville Poyferre
17 Valandraud
18 Monbrison
19 Virginie de Valandraud
20 Palmer
21 Petit Mouton
22 Le Gay
23 Mission Haut Brion
24 Pichon Baron
25 Angelus
26 Malartic Lagravière
27 Rol Valentin
28 D'Armailhac
29 Gracia
30 Latour
31 Larcis Ducasse
32 Margaux
33 Troplong Mondot
34 Cheval Blanc
35 Lafon Rochet
36 Pavie Macquin
37 Monbousquet
38 Canon La Gaffeliere
39 Grands Chenes
40 Le Bon Pasteur
41 Marojallia
42 Fleur Cardinale
43 Balthus
44 Tour Seran
45 Haut Brion
46 Beau Sejour Becot
47 Clos l'Eglise
48 Pichon Comtesse
49 Dassault
50 Branas Grand Poujeaux
51 Petrus
52 Haut Carles
53 Vrai Canon Bouche
54 Rollan de By
55 La Couspaude
56 Clos des Jacobins
57 Tertre Daugay
58 Le Defi de Fontenil
59 Belgrave
60 Clos Badon

The wines below were not tasted, due to "losses by the shipment company".

Branaire Ducru
Clos Les Lunelles
Clos Saint Martin
Cos d'Estournel
Fombrauge
Goulée
Kirwan
La Fleur Petrus
La Tour Carnet
Leoville las Cases
Marquis d'Alesme
Pavie
Pavie Decesse
Quinault L'Enclos
Rauzan Gassies