Château Palmer 2010

750 mL bottle  |   VINTAGES#:  625715
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$980.00
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    The 2010 Palmer is one of the superstars of the vintage, a blend of 54% Merlot, 40% Cabernet Sauvignon and 6% Petit Verdot, which is just slightly different than what I indicated two years ago. The alcohol level hit 14.5%, and the wine comes across like a more stacked-and-packed version of their 2000. It is tannic and backward, but has a sensational black/purple color and a gorgeous nose of camphor, barbecue smoke, blackberry and cassis. Full-bodied, with oodles of glycerin but a relatively healthy pH, this wine has a precision and freshness that belie its lofty alcohol and extravagant concentration. This is a sensationally rich, full-throttle Palmer that could well end up being one of the all-time great wines made at this estate. It needs a good 7-10 years of cellaring and should keep for 50 or more years. Score - 98+. (Robert Parker Jr., robertparker.com, Feb. 27, 2013)

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    Release Date:
    November 21, 2018
    Bottle Size:
    750 mL bottle
    Alcohol/Vol:
    14%
    Made In:
    Bordeaux, France
    By:
    Château Palmer
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