Avg Score 17.33

Château Palmer 3ème Cru

Vintage Country Region Average Price Grape Variety
2006 France Bordeaux £153 sitemall,

Sam Leith m


Intense color, cedary undertones, ripe berries, fine body; elegant, creamy texture for the vintage, but not as precise in the finish as Segla. Well-made Palmer but not, for the moment, a great one. Perhaps some Petit Verdot integration not yet perfectly balanced with the rest.

Michael Schuster


Sweet, early bouquet of cassis and cedar; very nicely balanced, gently fleshy, classy wine, with a very fine, dry tannin; long, easy, graceful, and fleshy core within the firmly tannic frame; ripe, fresh, spicily complex and with a long, aromatic finish. Complete but with an austerity suggesting it needs another 8–10 years in bottle at least. 2018–30+.

Thierry Desseauve


Brilliant and classy texture, red-fruit aromas, soft and aristocratic texture and body, fresh and long. Palmer has made even better since this vintage, but it is undoubtedly the best Margaux of this tasting.

World of Fine Wine & Krug Champagne Tasting

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