Chateau Palmer was built during the Second Empire by the Parisian bankers Emile and Isaac Preire. The chateau's elegant architecture features four pointed turrets Vines surround the chateau and outbuildings. The vineyards grow on gravelly outcrops in Margaux and Cantenac. The gravel consists of large smooth pebbles that are either lydian, quartz or pudding stone called graves de Palassou
This outstanding terroir is ideal for making great wine. It overlooks the Gironde estuary and benefits from the Medoc's unique oceanic microclimate. The weather is generally hot, dry, and sunny in summer and fall. Spring comes early and is not very rainy. This brings about early budding, as well as flowering in May and June
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Chateau Palmer Margaux 2004
This vintage was bottled in early July 2006 and is now starting its second stage of life. After 20 months' ageing in barrel, the new wine has settled down. Its personality is gradually developing, like a child growing up, but it still has a long way to go to reach ... more
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Chateau Palmer Alter Ego de Palmer 2010
Back-to-back very great vintages are hardly a frequent occurrence. In terms of quality, 2010 benefited from exceptionally favourable weather, like the 2009 vintage. Thanks to these particularly favourable conditions, we were able to take our time in order to pick each plot at peak ripeness. In fact, the 2010 harvest ... more
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Chateau Palmer Alter Ego de Palmer 2012
The principal characteristic of the 2012 vintage is that of a remarkable contrast between spring, summer and early autumn. In the spring, the abundant rainfall from April to June is well above average. This cool and damp weather brought about a late yet heterogeneous bud break. Flowering also presents the ... more
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