Château Palmer Margaux Red Bordeaux Blend 1985

$359

Greatness in subtlety. Clearly focused black cherry and vanilla character. It's full-bodied with medium tannins and a juicy, fruity finish. Drink now... Wine Spectator

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Ratings on Delectable

Greg Koslosky Delectable Pro

Out of magnum a classic Palmer with incredible balance complexity and length . A stunner !

Out of magnum a classic Palmer with incredible balance complexity and length . A stunner !

9.6

Scott Claffee Delectable Pro

Fully mature and drinking perfectly right now (last night). #delectablater

Fully mature and drinking perfectly right now (last night). #delectablater

9.5

Marc On Delectable Pro

Writer Originalverkorkt, Lobenbergs Gute Weine

I'm not really sure if I will ever understand BDX.

I'm not really sure if I will ever understand BDX.

9.0

Scott Claffee Delectable Pro

Everything in equipoise.

Everything in equipoise.

9.6

Sylvain Rhainds

1985. Magnifique

1985. Magnifique

9.4

John Van Trijp

Battle night Palmer vs. Margaux. Corked

Battle night Palmer vs. Margaux. Corked

6.2

Thijs Hendriks

Corked

Corked

6.1

Jeffrey Lew

This was showing thinner than I expected. Light read with noticeable bricking on the rim. Bottle and cork were in perfect shape. Expected more. Not a bad bottle just didn’t have the depth of fruit and secondary’s I was expecting. Good not great.

This was showing thinner than I expected. Light read with noticeable bricking on the rim. Bottle and cork were in perfect shape. Expected more. Not a bad bottle just didn’t have the depth of fruit and secondary’s I was expecting. Good not great.

9.1

Rob Oliver

30 years old, and still a class wine

30 years old, and still a class wine

9.4

Clara Grace

Because we can.....pencil shavings, light, tobacco, finesse

Because we can.....pencil shavings, light, tobacco, finesse

9.4

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