Chateau Palmer

Chateau Palmer 2014


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Chateau Palmer, 3eme Cru Classé Margaux, Bordeaux, France, 2014  

Grapes: Cabernet Sauvignon 49%, Merlot 45% and Petit Verdot 6%. Biodynamic production.

"Quite dark crimson but not super deep. Real interest on the nose. Something floral and complex. Very distinctive and far from the Médoc concentrated norm. Still the acidity creeps in but it certainly is more burgundian (T Duroux was not the only Bordelais to mention Burgundy). Racy and sinewy. Bit of a ballet dancer. Really quite delicate. Fresh and distinctive. Appetising. Striking." 17.5/20 points, Jancis Robinson,, April 2015

"The 2014 Palmer builds on the promise that it showed in barrel. It is clearly a more understated and nuanced Palmer from winemaker Thomas Duroux this year, but a Margaux with exquisite delineation and precision, hints of blackberry, boysenberry and a touch of pencil box. The palate is medium-bodied with very fine tannin. It feels supple and lithe in the mouth. It will not have the depth and power of the subsequent 2015 Palmer, yet the "flow" is very sensual and the Merlot (45% of the blend) just lends it roundness and a caressing texture. What a beautiful Margaux and I bet it will be deceptively long-lived." 94/100 points, Neal Martin, Wine Advocate, March 2017

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