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Posted on 2019-01-23


WO Score: 96

Price: £3,500 per 12

Haut Brion 2006 is cheap, working relatively on a vertical basis by comparing it to other similarly rated vintages of Haut Brion and also on a horizontal basis, comparing it to its first growth peers. Its absolute relative score of very close to 10 is a leading indicator - anything in double figures for a first growth positively screams a buy. This falls marginally short of that magical figure but its consistent notes and firm scoring of 96 gives it a buy recommendation.


Posted in: Fine wine analysis, on 2019-01-23.
Tags: Bordeaux, fine wine, Haut Brion, wine, wine investing, wine investment, wine market, Wine Owners, Chateau Haut Brion, wine buying strategy, building a wine portfolio,

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