Wine Chateau Palmer, Margaux AOC 3-me Grand Cru Classe, 2006
Wine of deep ruby color with tints of crimson hue to blackcurrant.
Elegant wine with balanced taste - smooth, juicy and silky, with bright tannins and a long finish.
The wine has a fresh aroma with notes of ripe red fruits, berries (blackberries, black currants, blueberries), spices, cinnamon and mint, leather and floral notes (cloves). With a distinctly rich mineral tones.
Wine is the perfect complement to red meat or venison, roast, grilled meat, cheeses.
Chateau Palmer - an excellent wine of the highest level. Refinement and elegance, soft and velvety - these are the factors that are constant for wine. The unusual combination of grape varieties - Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and a small amount of Petit Verdot, give a bouquet of extraordinary complexity, with aromas of fruit, flowers and spices that envelops the velvety texture and dense body. A delicate balance between the structure of the wine, rich flavors and restrained tannins give the wine Château Palmer incomparable charm, even at a young age. Sufficiently high potential exposure is of great importance. This allows the wine to fully express the full force of the taste and variety of flavors - rich and complex, sometimes exotic, but always memorable, they reveal the years of exposure. This process continues very slowly over years and even decades in the bottle. Professional sommelier choose only good wines, but Chateau Palmer always exceeds their expectations.
Wine Chateau Palmer 2006 fine drink at a young age, but for full disclosure of the bouquet and taste experts recommend withstand drink at least 8-10 years in the bottle. The full flowering of the wine reaches to 2018-2030 years .. The wine must be decanted 1 hour before serving.
Chateau Palmer Margaux is located in the Bordeaux region appellasone. Wine produced here - one of the fourteen wines have qualified Troisiemes Crus in the famous wines of the Medoc Classification of 1885. Moreover, wine Chateau Palmer considered one of the two most popular class of wines.
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, and, 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.