Chateau Palmer 2008

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Deep ruby in color, espresso bean, caramel, earth, smoke. Boysenberry, floral and black cherry aromas lead to a full bodied, rich, round, plush Margaux

Ageing Potential 2020 – 2040

  • Quốc gia sản xuất: Pháp
  • Vùng: Margaux
  • Cấp độ: 3rd Gran Cru Classe in 1855
  • Mùa nho: 2008
  • Giống nho: 51% Merlot, 41% Cabernet Sauvignon, 1% Petit Verdot
  • Nồng độ: 13.5% Vol
  • Thể tích: 750ml
  • Loại rượu vang: Rượu vang đỏ


Rượu vang Pháp cao cấp Chateau Palmer 2008

95 points Decanter

  This has a deeper grip of fruit, one of the best so far, delivering spades of Margaux typicity and a gorgeous balance of seamlessly linked fruit, tannin and acidity. This is the right time to be drinking this wine, but it will still unfurl further. Flavours of pencil lead, brambly blackberry fruits and a cedar swirl. A gold for me, in a silver vintage. Drinking Window 2018 – 2032. (JA)   (12/2017)

95 points Vinous

  The 2008 Palmer has a very intense bouquet with blackberry, raspberry, crushed violet and iris scents, blossoming in the glass whilst retaining superb delineation. The palate is medium-bodied with fine but quite rounded tannin that frame the pure blackberry and raspberry fruit. There are touches of white pepper and clove towards the finish, completing quite a superb Margaux from Thomas Duroux. Equal with Château Margaux? It might even be better… (NM)   (2/2018)

95 points Wine Enthusiast

  Rich and concentrated, touched easily by toasty wood. The tannins are so sweet, blending easily into the powerful texture of black berry fruits with, hints of licorice. This is a ripe wine, its acidity always present. (RV)   (4/2011)

94 points Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate

  A stunning success for the vintage, and possibly the Margaux of the year… Loads of barbecue smoke, licorice, incense, blackberry, new saddle leather and forest floor notes jump from the glass of this dense, purple-colored wine. Extraordinarily intense and full-bodied, with plenty of tannin, but not the formidable structure of the 2010, this is going to be one of the longest-lived wines of 2008. It is full, rich, layered, and should be reasonably approachable with 3-4 years of bottle age, and will also keep for 30+ years. (RP)  (5/2011)

93 points James Suckling

  Palmer knows what to do. Plenty of blackberry and licorice aromas and flavors follow through to full body, with chewy tannins and a vanilla, cedar and chocolate aftertaste. Needs time to mellow. Layered and beautiful.   (12/2010)

91 points Stephen Tanzer’s International Wine Cellar

  (51% merlot, 41% cabernet sauvignon and 8% petit verdot) Full, bright ruby-red. Perfumed, sexy aromas of red cherry, plum and flowers. Suave on entry, then sweet but gripping in the middle, with integrated acids giving terrific definition and thrust to the complex, creamy flavors of red berries, minerals and sweet spices. A truly seamless and almost weightless wine, finishing pure and very long.   (6/2009)

91 points Wine Spectator

  Offers dark plum, mulled currant and blackberry notes, with flashes of roasted apple wood and maduro tobacco, plus cocoa and espresso. There’s nicely rounded flesh and a long, integrated finish that has some extra grip. Clearly apart from the Margaux pack in 2008. (JM)   (4/2011)


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