offer of the day – Christophe Perrot-Minot 2017…


No lagging in the price department – I wonder (out loud!) who are the clientelle here. Of-course if Bernstein and Le Moine can reach these sort of levels, why not the person who owns the land and the vines and works those vines?

As usual, the prices are delivered in Switzerland – but here, include purchase tax. Note that these were special introductory prices – the price goes up at the end of the offer 🙂
In the brackets – 2016 prices:

Morey Saint-Denis La Rue de Vergy 2017 75cl 120.60 (94.50) (*Swiss Francs)
Gevrey-Chambertin Justice des Seuvrées 2017 75cl 120.60 (94.50)
Nuits St-Georges 1er ‘Les Murgers des Cras’ 2017 75cl 120.60 (100.80)
Chambolle-Musigny Orveaux des Bussières 2017 75cl 138.60
Vosne-Romanée Ormes des Chalendins 2017 75cl 138.60
Vosne-Romanée Les Champs Perdrix Vieilles Vignes 2017 75cl 156.60 (128.70)
Morey Saint-Denis 1er Cru La Riotte Vieilles Vignes 2017 75 cl 174.60 (163.80)
Vosne-Romanée 1er Cru Les Beaux Monts Vieilles Vignes 2017 75cl 249.00 (193.50)
Nuits Saint-Georges 1er Cru La Richemone “Ultra” Vieilles Vignes 2017 75cl 389.00 (385.00)
Chambolle-Musigny Combe d’Orveau 1er Cru “Ultra” Vieilles-Vignes 2017 75cl 389.00
Chapelle-Chambertin Grand Cru Vieilles Vignes 2017 75cl 444.00 (420.00)
Charmes-Chambertin Grand Cru Vieilles Vignes 2017 75cl 444.00 (420.00)
Mazoyères-Chambertin Grand Cru Vieilles Vignes 2017 75cl 444.00 (420.00)
Chambertin Clos-de-Bèze Grand Cru Vieilles Vignes 2017 75cl 1,059.00 (840.00)
Chambertin Grand Cru Vieilles Vignes 2017 75cl 1,059.00 (840.00)


*As noted, these are delivered prices, but this email offer is discounted – whatever is sold from their normal catalogue is at a higher price!

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

There are 3 responses to “offer of the day – Christophe Perrot-Minot 2017…”

  1. Roelof Ligtmans12th April 2019 at 7:15 pmPermalinkReply

    As a potential customer, I would be tempted to give these prices a big “bras d’honneur”. Non-French speakers can look that up on Google, I think you’ll get the meaning fairly quickly. The more so as the 2017 vintage was rather generous in pinot noir grapes (much more so than chardonnay), so it is neither a very small, nor a “year of the century” vintage that would potentially justify price increases. I think this kind of pricing is harmfull to Burgundy wine and its image in general.

    • billn13th April 2019 at 11:37 amPermalinkReply

      Like Sycamore, I agree that there is nothing you wrote that anyone could deny Roelof. Is it gouging as Mike suggests? Well, PM have always been very expensive, and I haven’t got comparitive prices from other retailers, so maybe yes, maybe no. But the two Chambertins at more than twice the price of (still very high) Clos de Tart only make me laugh…

  2. Sycamore13th April 2019 at 2:46 amPermalinkReply

    Agree with you, Roelof! The Charmes and Mazoyeres (as examples) jump off the page as being 2-3X too high, even factoring in the current market/pricing……

  3. Mike de Lange13th April 2019 at 8:22 amPermalinkReply

    …and as per usual, it is the trade that is gauging prices, slapping on insane mark-ups and creating exaggerated price differentiation where there is none. Not that Msr. Christophe isn’t keenly aware of the market and his place in it, but…

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