2019 Chateau Palmer2019 Chateau Palmer

2019 Chateau Palmer

RP 96
V 98
JD 97
À partir de $385
2021 Chateau Palmer2021 Chateau Palmer

2021 Chateau Palmer

RP 96
V 96
JD 94
À partir de $325

Chateau Palmer


Chateau Palmer sits exalted as a Third Growth estate under the 1855 Bordeaux Classification. It shares this rank with only a few other iconic names, including Chateau Lagrange and Chateau Giscours.


  • Vintages with 100-point scores: 1961, 2005
  • Most popular for its elegant complexity and depth of flavor
  • Highest achievement: Consistent presence in global wine auctions

Provenance & Masters Behind the Bottle

Rooted in the Margaux appellation of Bordeaux, Chateau Palmer is a testament to viticultural mastery. Thomas Duroux has been steering this ship since 2004, with an emphasis on biodynamic practices. Owned by a group of shareholders from the Sichel and Mahler-Besse families, the chateau boasts a lineage deeply ingrained in Bordeaux winemaking tradition.

Vineyard & Craftsmanship

Occupying 66 hectares, the vineyard hosts a mix of gravelly soil, optimizing water drainage and root penetration. The grape balance is 47% Merlot, 47% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 6% Petit Verdot—a proportion skillfully chosen to create wines of rich complexity. The estate engages in meticulous vineyard management to limit yields, enhancing both exclusivity and scarcity.

Aging & Investment Value

While young vintages offer lush, aromatic profiles, aging only amplifies their intrinsic merits. Chateau Palmer's wines are potent candidates for long-term investment, appreciated not just for their taste but also for their increasing scarcity and value on the secondary market.

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