Duhart-Milon was released today at €42 per bottle, down 12.5% on its 2013 release price (€48) and down 20.8% on the 2012 (€53). It is being offered by UK merchants at £400 – down 23.1% on the 2012 London open price (£520) and down 30.4% on the 2013 (£575). The offer price of the 2014 is lower than the current market price of any of the previous ten vintages – an encouraging sign for the campaign ahead. With a higher critic score than the 2011, 2012 and 2013 which are currently available at a similar level, it appears to offer relative value for buyers.