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1970 Palmer Bordeaux Blend - France - Bordeaux - Margaux - Red - Third Growth

France - Bordeaux - Margaux

Red Bordeaux Blend - Third Growth
Producer Notes

Although Palmer stands among ten Third Growth properties located in Margaux, its primary rival for best of appellation comes from the first growth estate Chateau Margaux. Palmer's original name was Chateau de Gascq, but was changed to its owner's namesake after its purchase by General Charles Palmer in 1814. The current owners are the... More »

Score
93
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Drink Dates
Comm: 2009-2022
Bid
2 for sale
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Source Jancis Robinson
Author TAs Super Cellar
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Tasted On 01/02/2013

fine colour; a faint hint of the standard "cigarbox" nose with some fruits; the red fruits came through on the palate but did not last long; there was some dryness; clearly it was past its peak Garret's note: very light robe; a touch of clove on the nose; very dry, tannins gone, dried fruit but some cherry on the palate and a mellow finish

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Author Miguel L
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Tasted On 06/11/2010
Drink Dates 2010-2030

Do they still make 'em like this? Auction bottle. Deeply held aromas released in the glass: red fruits, earthy loam, licorice, and forest. Full bodied, vigorous, bright and very long. Excellent paired with morels in sauce, and a rare hangar steak. This 70 is at a lofty and extended peak now, with a 60 year lifespan. Fantastic.

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Author floober
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Tasted On 10/17/2009
Drink Dates 2009-2015

decanted and drank over the night. cork saturated but in one piece and level at top shoulder. colour: garnet core with tawny rim. young looking considering its nearly 40 years old. nose: saddle leather and tobacco. very nice classic old claret. plum? black berries coming through with time. taste: great acidity and persistent finish. this is mature now and is lovely to drink. red cherry core with a slight taste of ginger on the finish? I like this a lot.

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