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Palmer & Co Brut Reserve NV Champagne 3.0L
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Champagne Palmer & Co take full advantage of allowing their wines to mature for an exceptionally long time and their reserve wines are carefully blended to create a rich and toasty style. Uniquely, Palmer are one of the only producers to ferment all champagnes in the bottles they are sold in - from tiny half bottles to huge 15L Nebuchadnezzar's. In 2015, their range underwent a name change, to now include the term Réserve, which better represents their long ageing periods and inclusion of reserve wines.
Cellar Master: Xavier Berdin
Winery Location: Reims | Champagne, France
Champagne Region: Montagne de Reims
Annual Production (bottles): 700,000
Palmer & Co is one of the only Houses to make its champagne to the highest standards, without transferring, in large bottle sizes up to the monumental 15-litre Nebuchadnezzar. Kept in our cellars for an exceptional long time, these legendary bottles sublimate our champagne and become authentic masterpieces that are ideal for celebrating the greatest moments of life.
Vineyards: 100% Premier Crus and Grands Cru | 50% Verzy, Verzenay, Mailly | 50% Trepail, Villers Marmery
Grape Varieties: 50% Pinot Noir, 50% Chardonnay
Base Vintage: 2009
Ageing :8 years
Dosage: 8 g/l
Drink: Now to 2030
Tasting Note: The nose, amazingly clean, is expressed through a rich palette of aromas, including citrus, pear and apricot with some subtle notes of hazelnut and a discreet touch of buttery brioche.
Mid lemon colour. Lemon-brioche nose. Much more low-key fizz than the Rosé. Just a suggestion of bubbles, despite a huge froth-up when the wine was poured. Chalky, chewy, lemon-zested palate. Spiky and angled – makes you hungry just to sip it. Proper appetite whetter. Bring on the oysters! (Or fish and chips…?) (TC)”
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Palmer & Co History
In 1947, seven well-established and visionary winegrowers came together in a joint quest for ultimate perfection and founded Champagne Palmer & Co. All owners of Premier and Grand Cru vineyards in the areas of the Montagne de Reims, their terroirs collaborated with excellence, creating a unique style of wines that was rapidly recognised in the region.
After experiencing a first decade of impressive growth, the original founders bought the cellars of a Champagne House in Reims in 1959, establishing Palmer & Co as a respected player in the appellation. Over time, they gradually acquired other facilities as the opportunities arose, laying the foundations for future development.
From 1970 onwards, the House started to look beyond the original owners’ vineyards and began sourcing their grapes from other great terroirs in the Champagne area. This continued through the end of the 20th Century and today Palmer & Co encompasses a total of 415 hectares of vineyards, comprising around 40 crus in the Montagne de Reims, with over 200 hectares classified as Grand and Premier Crus.
This continued growth led to a chronic lack of space at Palmer & Co and in 1997, the solution presented itself in the acquisition of a huge cellar/winery neighbouring Palmer’s HQ in Reims. As such, they now have two major sites in the heart of the Champagne capital and have established themselves as one of the most respected producers in the region.
Champagne Palmer offers great value for money as an alternative to some of the Grandes Marques and is still yet to realise its true potential, as demonstrated by its recent inclusion in Tom Stevenson’s “Top 5 Most Underrated Champagnes.” Uniquely, they are one of the few House’s that still produce champagne in the monumental 15-litre Nebuchadnezzar.