Pavie 2009 traded at an all-time high today of £3,100 per 12×75. This is an increase of 40.9% on its trade price of £2,200 one year ago.
Robert Parker has described the wine as “a modern Bordeaux legend” and awarded it a perfect 100 points. However, others have been less impressed. Jancis Robinson awarded it 16.5/20, commenting that it “could do with a bit more freshness”.
The wine is trading at a slight premium to the Chateau’s equally scored 2010 vintage which last saw activity on the market at £2,984.
The chart below compares the Market Prices of the 100-point Pavie vintages. Despite their rising prices, 2005, 2009 and 2010 are still trailing far behind Pavie 2000. It traded for £5,000 in November.