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Alter Ego de Palmer 2017

75cl / 13%

2017 vintage at Château Palmer is precise, without excess.

The wine exhibit the elegant balance of Chateau Palmer’s most classic vintages. The velvety tannins and aromatic depth are promises of splendid ageing potential.

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Since 1998, the Château has been producing also a second label, not a second wine, Alter Ego de Palmer, selected from the same quality terroirs, but employing different wine-making techniques and different proportions of grapes, in order to produce an earlier-drinking wine. Some 40% of the estate’s production, is now sold as Alter Ego de Palmer.

Tasting Notes

Colour: Deep garnet red
Aroma: Ripe plums, some nougat and herbs, smoky, nuances of blackberry fruit.
Palate: Good complexity, black cherries, integrated, ripe tannins, mineral notes, good freshness, balanced, heart cherries in the aftertaste, good food companion of medium length.
Grape Varieties: Merlot 53%, Cabernet Sauvignon 41% & Petit Verdot 6%

History of Château Palmer

In the early 1800s, Marie Brunte de Ferriere, better known as Madame de Gascq, was trying to sell Château de Gascq. When she met Charles Palmer, she told him in no uncertain terms that the wine they produce at Château de Gascq is as good as the wine of Château Lafite! It was not long after their initial meeting that he purchased the famous Margaux estate and like many Bordeaux chateaux owners of their time, he renamed it after himself, calling it Château Palmer. In 1843, Charles Palmer sold Château Palmer to the Pereire family. In 1938, The Pereire family sold Château Palmer to a consortium of four families that included some of the wealthiest Bordeaux negociants. The two majority shareholders of Château Palmer today remain the same two families, both of which are well known and respected Bordeaux wine negociants, Mahler Besse and Sichel.

Château Palmer is a winery in the Margaux appellation d’origine contrôlée of the Bordeaux region of France. The wine produced here was classified as one of fourteen Troisièmes Crus (Third Growths) in the historic Bordeaux Wine Official Classification of 1855.


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