Gazin 2015 has been released at €45.6 per bottle ex-negociant, a 15.2% increase on the Chateau’s 2014 release price. It is being offered by the international trade for £485 per 12×75. As the chart above shows, this puts it amongst the more expensive Gazin vintages currently available in the market.
Buyers seeking value might look towards 2012. Robert Parker considered the 2012 vintage to be “excellent” for Pomerol overall and awarded 95 points to Gazin 2012. It is available at a 13.4% discount to the 2015.