Lagrange 2015 (Saint Julien) has been released at €28.8 per bottle ex-negociant, up 20% on the 2014 release price of €24. It is being offered by the international trade at £305 per 12×75. This is 27% higher than the open price of the 2014 which was first offered at £240.
Neal Martin noted its “tightly-knit bouquet”, adding that it is “not as intense as either the 2009 or 2010, although it is harmonious and graceful”.
As the chart above demonstrates, the 2015 is less expensive compared to some of the similarly scored back vintages. It is being offered below the 90+ point 2009 and is 5% below the price of the 91 point 2006.