More joke prices for me to ‘pass-on’:
Bonneau du Martray [Almost doubled in 5 years!]:
Corton Charlemagne 2006 CHF 149.–
Domaine Leflaive [Plus a modest 50% in 5 years]:
Bourgogne 2006 CHF 46.–
Puligny Montrachet 2006 CHF 75.–
Puligny Montrachet 1er Cru Clavoillon 2006 CHF 105.–
Meursault Sous le dos d’ane 2006 CHF 119.–
Bienvenues Batard Montrachet 2006 CHF 289.–
Batard Montrachet 2006 CHF 299.–
Chevalier Montrachet 2006 CHF 385.–
Puligny Montrachet 1er Cru Clavoillon 1996 !! CHF 125.–
Comte de Vogue [More than doubled in 5 years!]:
Musigny Vielles Vignes 2006 CHF 520.–
Bonnes Mares 2006 CHF 430.–
Chambolle Musigny CHF 125.– Already up 25% from here!
Mommesin [Ha! – More than quadrupled in 5 years – 2001 was 90 chf!]:
Clos de Tart 2006 CHF 450.–
Clos de Tart 2006 MAGNUM CHF 920.–
Is it any wonder that I mainly buy villages wines now?
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I am seeing the same. And, it seems as though there are probably more price rises coming.
Lots of village reds are over $50 and I can’t bring myself to buy them, either out of remembrance of what they used to go for or against the fact that there’s decent American pinot kicking around for considerably less.
46 SF for LeFDlaive bourgogne? Psycho. But on the whole, most of the ward belongs to the red prices increases. Why is that?
For example for a white village just one oak branch this side of a chablis, we like AuVigue’s Macon villages.
Fortunately there’s a few of the less popular producers like D. Laurent or F. Magnien who make excellent 1er’s in the range of $50-60.