Chasse Spleen 2019 has been released at €19.2 per bottle ex-negociant, down 20% on the 2018 (€24). The wine is being offered by the international trade at £240 per 12×75, down 16.7% on the 2018’s opening price of £288 a case.
It comes with an international recommended price tag of 22.4 HT, 197 HK, 25.3 CHF, 25.8 USD.
You can watch the Chateau’s UGCB vintage presentation here.
The 2019 Chasse Spleen received 92-93 points from James Suckling, who said that this is “a very polished red with blackberries, chocolate, walnuts and dried tobacco”, with “pretty finesse and polish”. Jeff Leve, however, scored it a lower range of 85-87.
Buyers might also wish to consider the 2014 vintage, with 92 points from Neal Martin, available at a small discount to today’s release.
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