Langoa Barton continued today’s releases, coming out at €29 per bottle ex-negociant, up 1.8% on the 2013 release (€28.5) and down 3.3% on the 2012 (€30). Available from merchants for £286 per 12×75, it is not the cheapest on the market but is scored above the majority of its back vintages. According to Neal Martin, “It's one that will surprise a few people once in bottle.”
Giscours was also released today. It came out at €27.60 per bottle ex-negociant, up 10.6% on the 2013 release (€24.95) and up 4.5% on the 2012 (€26.4). It is being offered by merchants at £270 per 12×75, making it cheaper than all back vintages previous to the 2011.