September 2023 Releases

With a plethora of exquisite wines set to be unveiled during the fall season, you have the opportunity to strategise ahead and stay informed about the developments through our timeline for September Releases. Continuously refreshed with the most recent release details, the timeline provided below will assist you in anticipating your preferred choices – all conveniently accessible on this page as soon as they become purchasable.

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4th September:

Opus One

Average price of all vintages: £356 / 750ml

Opus One stands as a global icon in winemaking, renowned and notably among Napa Valley’s most luxurious creations. Predominantly Cabernet Sauvignon, Opus One artfully weaves in Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, and Malbec in varying proportions.

5th September:

Masseto 2020

Average price of all vintages: £836 / 750ml

Masseto, an esteemed single-vineyard label, emerges as a prominent Super Tuscan from Bolgheri, along the Tuscan coast. This exceptional wine is crafted solely from Merlot grapes, a hallmark of Tenuta dell’Ornellaia. The Estate is now owned by Marchesi de’ Frescobaldi.

7th September:


Average price of all vintages: £314 / 750ml

Sourced from the sun-kissed slopes of Tignanello hill, Solaia Toscana IGT showcases 75% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Sangiovese, and 5% Cabernet Franc. The Marchese Antinori Riserva (90% Sangiovese) also finds its origin in the Tignanello vineyard’s abundant fruit.

7th September:

Chateau d’Yquem 2021

Average price of all vintages: £378 / 750ml

Located in Bordeaux’s Sauternes region, Château d’Yquem produces arguably the planet’s most renowned dessert wine. Its Premier Cru Supérieur status in the official 1855 Classification remains unrivaled in Sauternes, reflecting its exceptional quality and corresponding price.

12th September:

Chateau Latour 2011

Average price of all vintages: £656 / 750ml

Nestled in Bordeaux’s Pauillac commune bordering Saint-Julien, Château Latour stands as a global wine icon. Earning First Growth status in the 1855 Bordeaux Classification, it’s transformed into one of the world’s most coveted and premium wine producers.

21st September:

Petit Cheval 2021

Average price of all vintages: £159 / 750ml

Located in Bordeaux’s Saint-Émilion, Château Cheval Blanc is a revered wine estate. Renowned for its Cabernet Franc dominance, it’s globally recognized, often harmonizing with significant Merlot proportions. The second wine of the estate is Le Petit Cheval.


Chateau Palmer 2013

Average price of all vintages: £288 / 750ml

Situated in Médoc’s Margaux appellation, Château Palmer is a distinguished wine estate. Despite its third growth status in the 1855 Bordeaux Classification, it has consistently earned acclaim as one of the region’s finest wines for many decades.


Almaviva 2021

Average price of all vintages: £145 / 750ml

Almaviva, in Chile’s Maipo Valley, is a joint venture between Baron Philippe de Rothschild and Concha y Toro. The signature wine, named after the estate, expertly fuses Cabernet Sauvignon with Carmenère and other Bordeaux varietals to create a Bordeaux-style blend.