Saint Emilion first growth wine estate Chateau Angelus is pressing ahead with expansion plans this year and keeping up its hopes for a high-quality 2017 vintage, even as it grapples with the loss of 20 percent of its crop from the worst frost in a quarter century to hit Bordeaux. Construction of a new winery for its second label, Le Carillon d’Angelus, starts in September and is due for completion by July next year, in time for the 2018 harvest.
The pace of price increases for the Bordeaux 2016 vintage picked up this month, with Chateau Pavie and Chateau Angelus in Saint Emilion rising 17 percent from 2015 and Chateau Palmer and Chateau Lynch-Bages in the Medoc gaining 14 percent, Liv-ex data shows. The increases underscore the view of producers and critics at recent tastings that the vintage is potentially the best for six years.
Chateau Lafite Rothschild released a first tranche of wine last month at 455 euros a bottle, up 8 percent from 420 euros in 2015, while Chateau Gazin in Pomerol raised its price to 60 euros, a 32 percent increase. In contrast, two top Saint Estephe estates, Chateau Cos d’Estournel and Chateau Montrose, have kept prices unchanged from 2015 at 120 euros and 102 euros a bottle respectively, according to Liv-ex.
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