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the result – musigny, richebourg or chambertin

the corksAnd the winner is – the one and only Mr Tom Blach !

Bouchard’s Chambertin today only has an average vine age of 25 years – I’m not sure about in 1998.

The vines are on the Chambertin, Latricières-Chambertin border and on average there are much less than the 100 cases I initially mentioned – closer to 60 cases from a tiny 0.15 hectare plot – so 2 barrels.

Now if I were to look at winesearcher:

Bouchard

de Vogüé

Grivot

That’s a difficult value proposition! Oh, and that’s before you even think of comparing to 2005 prices!

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