2017 Bordeaux

2017 Bordeaux En Primeur

Remaining Stocks

We have been visiting Bordeaux to taste the new vintage for many years… but we have never encountered a year quite like 2017. The weather was a roller coaster but, interestingly, we found the quality of the wines to be very consistent, both across the different communes of the left and right banks, and at all price levels. These are wonderfully fragrant wines with beautiful balance, displaying intensity and fresh, long-lasting flavour.

Our en primeur offer has now closed, but the wines below are still available to order by calling Member Services on 01438 741177.

You can view the wine notes for any of these wines by downloading the offer PDF.



Red wines


Red Wine

Château Beaumont, Haut-Médoc

CM21881 | £105 per dozen


Red Wine

Château Puygueraud, Francs Côtes de Bordeaux

CS11021 | £53 per six


Red Wine

Château Batailley, Pauillac

CM22081 | £197 per six


Red Wine

Château Langoa Barton, Saint-Julien

CM22231 | £195 per six


Red Wine

Château Léoville Barton Saint-Julien

CM22241 | £327 per six


Red Wine

Château Rauzan Ségla, Margaux

CM22001 | £324 per six


Red Wine

La Parde de Haut-Bailly, Pessac-Léognan

CM22141 | £125 per six


Red Wine

Château Tour de By, Médoc

CM22021 | £65 per six


Red Wine

Château Belair Monange, Saint-Emilion

CS10921 | £590 per six


Red Wine

Roc de Cambes, Bourg

CB5461 | £250 per six


Red Wine

Château Gruaud Larose, Saint-Julien

CM22211 | £308 per six


Red Wine

Château Giscours, Margaux

CM21991 | £255 per six


Red Wine

Château Grand Puy Lacoste, Pauillac

CM22101 | £324 per six


Red Wine

Château Tour St Bonnet, Médoc

CM22031 | £83 per dozen


Red Wine

Château D’Armailhac, Pauillac

CM22071 | £194 per six


Red Wine

Château Clerc Milon, Pauillac

CM22091 | £312 per six


Red Wine

Château Poujeaux, Moulis

CM22061 | £130 per six


Red Wine

Château Larcis-Ducasse, Saint-Emilion

CS10981 | £294 per six

White wines


White Wine

Latour-Martillac Blanc, Pessac-Léognan

BW6381 | £140 per six


White Wine

Château Suduiraut, Sauternes

BW6351 | £283 per six


White Wine

Clos Haut Peyraguey, Sauternes

BW6281 | £143 per six


White Wine

Château Rayne Vigneau, Sauternes

BW6331 | £180 per six


White Wine

Halves of Château Guiraud, Sauternes

BW6312 | £192 per dozen



Should you wish to place an order, please contact us on 01438 741177 or e-mail memberservices@thewinesociety.com

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