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The Tasting Room

CHÂTEAU PALMER & ITS ALTER EGO

Château Palmer’s wines. Its words. Different expressions of a single terroir, born of a common philosophy. Homages to a natural environment and to the traditions of an estate, over time they begin to resonate. Not with power, but with finesse, with elegance. With age, grand crus, the words of Château Palmer, take on ever greater meaning.

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Behind-the-Scenes
Strength in Years

In the vine parcels, time is at work…Wine improves as the years pass. So does the vine. Little by little, its roots grow deeper, and in doing so, reach nutrients beneficial for its proper development.

In the vine parcels, time is at work…

Wine improves as the years pass. So does the vine. Little by little, its roots grow deeper, and in doing so, reach nutrients beneficial for its proper development. Throughout this quest for longevity, Château Palmer is there. With delicacy. Its sheep maintain the soil and enrich it. Its teams banish agrochemicals and practice grafting using gentle methods. All with a single goal at heart: the perpetuation of an ecosystem, a great terroir, and a heritage of plant life that is half a century old on average. A rarity. Like the "Tennis" plot, whose Merlot vines have been overlooking the Garonne since 1938. A living treasure to be cherished.

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THE ESTATE

PHILOSOPHY

Bedrock. Château Palmer’s wines are a red thread reaching into history. But deeper still, at the estate’s foundation, are values, commitments and community. A world unto itself, curious, sensitive, attentive… encompassing more than just wine.
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Encounter

Alexis Bardinet

Mastering Engineer, Bordeaux
Bordeaux
His profession ranks among the most mysterious in the music world. In his words, it’s the art of “applying the coat of varnish that gives that final patina”.
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Château Palmer : Rencontre, Alexis Bardinet, Mastering, Audio

"No vintage resembles the one before. This forces us to constantly question our practices, and prevents us from developing any automatisms. Our only guide is our palate."

Pierre-Baptiste Cormery, Cellar Worker, Château Palmer