Château Haut-Brion

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Classification First Growth
Appellation Pessac-Léognan
Owned By Domaine Clarence Dillon
Operated By Jean-Philippe Delmas
Annual production 10,000 – 12,000 cases
Typical blend 47% Merlot, 41% Cabernet Sauvignon, 12% Cabernet Franc (significant vintage variation)
Status Investment-grade
Second Wine Le Clarence de Haut Brion
About The only château located outside of the Médoc region to be included in the 1855 Classification. Haut-Brion has a long, rich history and was the first red Bordeaux wine to be recognised by name outside of France..
Vintage Critic Score First Liv-ex Price Listed (£) Highest Price Listed (£) Lowest Price Listed (£) Drinking window
2014 J Suckling 95 – 96 2,073 3,276 2,064
2013 R Parker 90 – 92 2,395 2,920 1,760 2014 – 2029
2012 R Parker 98 2,700 3,400 2,250 2015 – 2055
2011 R Parker 95 3,452 3,600 2,500
2010 R Parker 100 7,950 7,950 4,900 2022 – 2065
2009 J Suckling 97 – 98 7,661 7,700 5,100
2008 J Suckling 94 1,950 5,400 1,888
2007 R Parker 92 2,450 3,450 1,873
2006 R Parker 96- 2,950 4,152 2,434 2017 – 2035
2005 R Parker 100 4,055 8,800 4,000 2015 – 2045

Source: Liv-ex – Market price at 15.09.17

   Denotes wines inside drinking window.

The Liv-ex Market Price: The prices quoted above are the Liv-ex published Market Price at the date noted. This is based on the cheapest 6 and 12-pack prices advertised by leading merchants in the EU.