Château Palmer

Château Palmer is internationally famous and one of the most exceptional Margaux wines ; it is often compared with First Growth Bordeaux wines by renowned wine tasters and is sold at the same price as a first or second growth wine in spite of its official Third Growth title. The estate was acquired by Charles Palmer, general in the British Army of Wellington, in 1814. He expanded the property considerably with the purchase of neighbor vineyards. Later sold to the Péreire bankers, business owners in Paris, they built the beautiful castle which is still admired by cohorts of tourists today.

The produced wines are remarkable blends, between the precocity of a great Pomerol and the complexity of a Margaux wine, with a rich, smooth, fruity and concentrated texture.