offer of the day – Leflaive 2008…


DOMAINE LEFLAIVE 2008 – Puligny-Montrachet

BOURGOGNE 75cl 34.00 Swiss Francs

PULIGNY-MONTRACHET 75cl 59.00 (69.50 – 2007 price comparison)

PULIGNY-MONTRACHET Les Clavoillons 75cl 79.00 (98.00)
MEURSAULT Sous le Dos d’Âne 75cl 86.00 (99.50)
PULIGNY-MONTRACHET Les Folatières 75cl 109.50 (139.00)
PULIGNY-MONTRACHET Les Combettes 75cl 109.50 (139.00)
PULIGNY-MONTRACHET Les Pucelles 75cl 139.00 (169.00)
PULIGNY-MONTRACHET Les Pucelles 150cl 283.00 (343.00)

BATARD MONTRACHET 75cl 229.00 (299.00)
CHEVALIER-MONTRACHET 75cl 295.00 (389.00)

Versus the 2007 prices this time last year, these are quite significant price reductions, and for an even better vintage too (in general – I didn’t taste the Leflaives). So perhaps the reductions recently seen on the Henri Boillot pre-arrivals will actually be reflected in retail prices in a more general context.

Whilst Leflaive are clearly a ‘premium brand’, I still consider these prices too high – but possibly closer to a sustainable ‘niche’.

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

There are 2 responses to “offer of the day – Leflaive 2008…”

  1. Richard Brooks26th November 2009 at 10:50 amPermalinkReply

    These are really serious reductions, and an interesting bit of evidence about the health of the market even for a toppest producer. Must be brutal for the second tier.

    • billn26th November 2009 at 12:47 pmPermalinkReply

      “Must be brutal for the second tier”


  2. Pablo Sieber26th November 2009 at 9:00 pmPermalinkReply

    Hi Bill
    when you are in burgundy the next time just go to Thomas Morey and you will be surprised with the quality and the prices.
    Best regards Pablo

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