offer of the day – jadot 2007…


CORTON CHARLEMAGNE 75cl 124.00 Swiss francs
CHEVALIER-MONTRACHET Les Demoiselles 75cl 329.00
MONTRACHET 75cl 399.50

BEAUNE Les Theurons 75cl 38.00
VOSNE-ROMANEE Les Beaux-Monts 75cl 85.00
VOSNE-ROMANEE Les Suchots 75cl 89.00
CHAMBOLLE-MUSIGNY Les Baudes 75cl 79.50
CHAMBOLLE-MUSIGNY Les Amoureuses 75cl 199.50
GEVREY-CHAMBERTIN Clos Saint-Jacques 75cl 109.00
CLOS DE VOUGEOT 75cl 119.50
ECHEZEAUX 75cl 139.00
CHAMBERTIN Clos de Bèze 75cl 246.00

Frankly an amazing price for the Amoureuses relative to the Clos St.Jacques. Overall, I would say these prices are disconnected to the general market and will be very difficult to sell – the Charlemagne is about 12% higher than Bonneau du Martray and many cuvées are significantly more expensive – 40% or more – than Faiveley’s 07’s. I’d be tempted by a Beaune and perhaps a CSJ but that’s as much enthusiasm as I can muster…

Agree? Disagree? Anything you'd like to add?

There are 4 responses to “offer of the day – jadot 2007…”

  1. Richard Brooks24th February 2009 at 9:05 amPermalinkReply

    So, that’s about £65 in the UK for the CSJ, the best priced of these wines. Completely ridiculous at the current exchange rate, given what else is available at this level. Are these prices inclusive of all taxes?

  2. billn24th February 2009 at 9:22 amPermalinkReply

    Yes Richard – there are only delivery costs to add – N.B. VAT is also only 7.6% in Switzerland, so you might find that these prices underestimate what UK buyers may be asked…!

  3. Ivo25th February 2009 at 5:49 pmPermalinkReply

    This is nuts… I can buy here in the US the 2002 and 2004 Beaux-Monts about 20% cheaper (if I am doing my currency exchange right). I think all producers are in for a shock… Retailers here in the US have been discounting the 2005 and 2006 vintages to release prices and are having a hard time moving them. I just got a Pavelot offer for most of 2005 Savigny 1ers priced around $35…

  4. billn27th February 2009 at 1:20 pmPermalinkReply

    Actually, it just struck me that for 10 francs more than the cost of the 2007 Clos de Vougeot, amongst others, I recently bought one each of the 93, 95 & 96 Joseph Drouhin Clos de Vougeot – you don’t find bargains like this every week of-course, and I still have to taste them to ensure that they’ve had good storage, but I know what I shall be doing this weekend and next week 😉

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