CHÂTEAU PALMER 1989
CHÂTEAU PALMER 1989
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1989 CHÂTEAU PALMER 1989

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(10-1999) Rich, ripe (52% Merlot in '89), open, biscuity; sweet, delicious fruit and flavour. Still tannic.
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(1-2015) The nose tensile with red berries, sous-bois, potpourri and strawberry pastille - lively and energetic. The palate is medium-bodied and vibrant right from the start, silky in texture with plenty of citrus fruit, gently building to a harmonious and detailed finish that lingers in the mouth. This is a magnificent Château Palmer that continues to effortlessly dish out so much vinous pleasure.

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Region Bordeaux
Appellation Margaux
Colour Red
Volume 0.75 l
Country France
Château Palmer
Château Palmer

The Château Palmer, is a french estate located in the Gironde Cantenac Margaux. In Margaux appellation, it is ranked third classified growth in the official classification of Bordeaux wines of 1855. The Château Palmer Grand Cru is a matter of origin in time and in space. The style of Château Palmer, steeped in history and dedicated to the expression of its terroir, fashions and trends over. To prove its timelessness no better way than to taste.

The Château Palmer reveals an extraordinarily complex bouquet that combines fruits, flowers, spices, wrapped in a generous and fleshy structure. This subtle balance between wealth and power aromatic tannins, still held, in fact a wine of incomparable charm from an early age. His persistence leaves an intoxicating sensations and emotions mixed.

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