Wine tasting dinner
The Commitment of Thomas Duroux for the environment goes far beyond biodynamic, tested in 2008 and then generalized to the entire vineyard in 2014: Palmer has been metamorphosed into an agricultural farm.
"Cows in the meadows of the Domain and ewes in the vineyards!
By reviving this tradition of the Médoc, Palmer produces his compost from his manure, crushed vine shoots and harvest stalks. This virtuous cycle of the material naturally fertilizes a terroir d'exception ".
If Thomas experiments and innovates relentlessly in his vineyard, he nourishes
also a strong passion for jazz. Every year, jazzmen accompany the harvest, before setting their vision of the vintage to music during the Hear Palmer festival.
The music gives the property a dimension aesthetics, which can be seen even in its wines.
After the desolation of 2018, due to a very small production on the market, the
smiles light up the faces again. Not only is the harvest generous, but it turns out to be superb when tasted: the grapes are pure and expressive, representative of the Palmer terroir. Thomas remains struck by "its velvety touch, but also by its energy, the purity of its sound origin".
List of wines to come ...