Wine Chateau Palmer Margaux AOC 3-me Grand Cru Classe 1982
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Reviews of purchase Chateau Palmer Margaux AOC 3-me Grand Cru Classe 1982
Wine of deep purple.
Wine has a rich fruity taste with soft ripe tannins, long lasting freshness, good balance and excellent length. Long aftertaste with notes of licorice.
The wine has a pleasant aroma with hints of blackberry, rice, cocoa, sweet spices, roasted coffee, caramel, peony, leather and smoke.
Wine is the perfect complement to red meat or venison, roast, grilled meat, cheeses.
In 2004, the shareholders of Chateau Palmer offered the post of manager of the young oenologist Thomas Duru. Duru already had experience in California and Italy, returning to his homeland, in Bordeaux, he was greatly excited the upcoming work. Shareholders asked him to hold a "quiet revolution" in Chateau Palmer, gradually improving the quality of production in response to market demands, not forgetting to maintain the tradition. For Chateau Palmer is not the first experience of reform, and the next stage of a long process that began long ago and continues to this day.
Classification Grand Cru is characterized by both time and space, and wine Château Palmer capture the spirit of these places. Soft as silk, delicate, velvety and noble as leather, these wines are a unique balance of wealth of aromas and powerful tannins.