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Château Palmer 2018

3e Cru Classé, Margaux AC
(Vin en souscription. Offre valable jusqu'à épuisement du stock disponible.)
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98-100/100
Yves Beck - Avril 2019
Cépage(s) :
Style de vin :

N° art. : 18BDX29

Conditionnement :
75cl

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Disponible dès le: 30/06/2021

Prix net !
CHF 345.00
bt.
Note de dégustation
Robe : Presque noire, aux reflets violacés.
Nez : Intense, fin et frais.
Palais : Parfaite tenue, très expressif avec des tanins très fins.
Conseils de service
Accords mets-vin :
Filet mignon grillé, baron d'agneau, volaille rôtie, spécialités de chasse (bison), brie, camembert.
Température de service : 16 - 18°C
Autres informations
Vinification : Élevage de 20 mois en barriques de chêne dont 50 à 60% de bois neuf. Cet élevage en barriques vise à faire grandir le vin tout en laissant s'exprimer son style.
Œnologue(s) : Sabrina Pernet (Directrice Technique)
Fermeture : Bouchon en liège
Emballage : Caisse

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Yves Beck Avril 2019
98-100/100
Pourpre violacé. Bouquet intense, complexe, paradoxal. Paradoxal car nous sommes dans une logique où se rejoignent fraîcheur et maturité. Quelle puissance de fruits. Quelle typicité « Palmerienne » ! La mise en bouche est à l’image du nez : intense, fruitée et invitante. Que de densité, de précision, de jus et de tension. Les tannins se révèlent en fin de bouche et assurent une superbe tenue à l’ensemble du palais grâce à leur puissance et leur finesse. Ils sont dotés d’un grain très fin et confèrent une touche suave en fin de bouche. Belle harmonie avec la structure qui assure fraîcheur et intensité aromatique en fin de bouche. Un Palmer puissant, authentique, fin et prêt pour aller loin dans le temps. 2026-2056
Jean-Marc Quarin Avril 2019
98/100
Ma meilleure note donnée à ce cru en primeur. Couleur noire. Nez au caractère céleste ! Fin, frais et pourtant très mûr et même crémeux. Notes évoquant la rive droite. A l'agitation, il prend un caractère plus merveilleux, avec des notes de crème, de framboise et d'encre. Il ressemble à une essence de parfum. Ultra minutieux à l'attaque, très fondant au développement, très bien construit, très maîtrisé aussi, le vin devient brillant et expressif entre le milieu et la finale. Il s'achève subtil, parfumé et à cet âge différent de tous les autres millésimes de Palmer et presque irrationnel. Pourrait voir sa note monter en fin d'élevage. Assemblage : 53 % cabernet sauvignon, 40 % merlot, 7 % petit verdot. Degré d'alcool : 14°3 (moyenne plus) - pH : 3,83 (moyenne plus) - IPT : 85 (moyenne plus, plus. C'était 75 en 2016). Rendement : 11 hl/ha (vignoble très touché par le mildiou). Durée des vendanges : 1 mois ! J'attends impatiemment de
Decanter Avril 2019
99/100
Possibly the most talked about estate in the vintage, with its mildew-induced 11hl/ha yields making waves all the way back at harvest time. They made it through though, and have made an exceptional wine that will clearly be discussed and enjoyed for years to come. There's no denying that the yields have had an impact - even in the colour you see a rich, velvety density with the violet edging that suggests a good pH (it's 3.83, so a touch higher than usual). There is a stunning sweetness to the cassis and bilberry fruits, and it retains the finesse and floral aromatics of Palmer even with the concentration, complexity and depth on show here. It also has the signature of the vintage, and despite the volume of tannins it feels silky and seductive, and you wonder if it will close down at all. This certainly has a long life ahead of it. Sadly there is no Alter Ego in 2018, for the first time since it was created in 1998, with the production of the grand vin down by about 50% on a normal year. Harvest ran from 13 September to 15 October, and 90% of production went into the grand vin due to the low yields. No sulphur was added to the fruit until after malo, and it is aged in 70% new oak, already barely discernible. Thomas Duroux said, by the way, that if mildew pressure happened again to this extent, he would treat despite his strong commitment to biodynamics. Let's hope it doesn't come to that. 98-100 points. Drinking Window 2028 - 2044
Jancis Robinson Avril 2019
18.5/20
Black with barely a purple rim. Intense, concentrated cassis and blackberry, super-ripe but absolutely not overripe, a little bit of alcohol on the nose, lightly floral even with all this concentration. Very dark, almost a little tarry, black olive. Dark and rocky. On the palate, incredible concentration and density but with no thickness or astringency. So dense but so clean-lined and precise. Tannins are dry and compact but smooth and there’s an amazing freshness that seems to come from the compact tannins. And your mouth feels clean on the finish. So moreish even though at the moment you would have to take small sips. Great finesse to the texture even in such a big wine. Dark, dark and savoury on the finish. No sweetness even though the fruit is pure and ripe.
James Suckling Avril 2019
94-95/100
It is the essence of cabernet fruit with density that is so thick that it has the texture of grape puree. Full body and melted tannins that give the wine a sense of velvet. Very soft and juicy. With air, it goes to bright, crushed black currants. Tar. Fresh tannins give it energy. I have never tasted anything like this in all my 38 years as a wine critic in Bordeaux. From tiny berries of cabernet sauvignon (53 per cent), 40 per cent merlot and seven per cent petit verdot.
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate Avril 2019
97-99/100
The 2018 Palmer is composed of 53% Cabernet Sauvignon, 40% Merlot and 7% Petit Verdot. Grapes were harvested September 13 to October 15, and the wine has a 3.83 pH and 14.3% alcohol. Very deep purple-black in color, the nose is a little reticent to begin, but with coaxing, it slowly emerges to show fragrant violets, underbrush, mossy bark and iron ore with exponentially growing notions of crème de cassis, Black Forest cake, plum preserves, hoisin, Christmas cake and red roses with wafts of dusty earth, Indian spices and cracked black pepper. Full-bodied, concentrated and downright powerful in the mouth, it has a solid structure of firm, wonderfully plush tannins and masses of fragrant accents, finishing very long and very spicy. By the time I finished tasting this, the nose had exploded in this fragrant bomb of fruit, earth and floral notions. This is one of those 2018 wines that has a beguiling brightness that comes from the many floral, spice and mineral accents among all that rich fruit. WOW!
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