Expresivo, muy complejo, elegante y eterno. Este mito procedente de Margaux cada año es coronado por los críticos más prestigiosos. Como todo grand vin bordelés, promete una evolución en botella brillante.


La entrega de este vino está prevista para el segundo trimestre de 2025.

La botella puede no ser la definitiva.

Ficha técnica

La bodega
14.5% vol.
51% Cabernet sauvignon, 45% Merlot


Muy expresiva, perfumada, compleja y profunda. Regala notas de moras negras, de arándanos, de regaliz, de grafito, de tabaco y notas mentoladas.
Con cuerpo, concentrada, elegante y eterna.
Temperatura de servicio
Se recomienda servir a 16 ºC.

Viñedo y elaboración

66 hectáreas.
22 hectolitros por hectárea.
Tuvo lugar desde el 7 de septiembre hasta el 5 octubre.
Crianza prevista de 18 meses combinando barrica nueva y fudres.

Opinión de los críticos

James Suckling:

So much class in the nose with a sophisticated kaleidoscope of dark fruit such as blackcurrants, and spices such as salt and pepper, as well as cloves and nutmeg. Full-bodied. Compacted and dense yet weightless. It opens beautifully. The tannins go on and on with wonderful presence. Salty undertones.

Jeb Dunnuck:

The 2022 Château Palmer is utterly brilliant, so much so that I questioned in my notes if this would challenge the 2018. A blend of 51% Cabernet Sauvignon, 45% Merlot, and the rest Petit Verdot, from tiny yields of 22 hectoliters per hectare, its mammoth-sized personality offers layers of blue and black fruits, notes of melted chocolate, crushed stone, and spring flowers, building, velvety tannins, and a great, great finish. While many estates commented that they extracted less in the vintage, Palmer went in a different direction and extracted more during the vinifications to provide a solid backbone to match the concentration and power of the vintage. It appears to have worked brilliantly, and hats off to Thomas Duroux for having the confidence to go his own path. He has produced a truly Grand Vin in 2022. The alcohol here is a normal 14.4%, and the pH is a healthy 3.79.


Sharp, energetic, racy and electric. The power and concentration is evident in the dark, rich, concentrated fruit with tannins that grip and take hold with a crushed stone texture, liquorice, graphite, tobacco and cool mint spice. The expression is exceptionally delineated with focus and push from start to finish. Quite bold and charged, but I love the succulence, the perfumed fruit, chalky sensation and overall sense of confidence. In high definition in terms of sharpness and tang to the fruit. A big wine but delivered with poise. 3.79pH. 13% press wine. Harvest took one month from 7 September to 5 October. 70% grand vin, 30% Alter Ego.

The Wine Advocate:

As is the case at neighbor Château Margaux, the 2022 Palmer is one of the most powerful wines this estate has ever produced. A blend of 51% Cabernet Sauvignon, 45% Merlot and 4% Petit Verdot, it offers up aromas of blackberries, burning embers, violets, iris and sweet soil tones, followed by a full-bodied, broad and expansive palate, its velvety attack segueing into a rich and layered core. Supple, seamless and concentrated, it checks in at 14.4% alcohol and a rather high pH of 3.79.