- In the XIXth Century, it was a common practice of the time for Bordeaux vintners to "hermitage" their wines, adding a certain quantity of wine from the Rhône - notably for the Hermitage region - whose Syrah would strengthen the structure and power of the claret.
- In the XXIst Century, Château Palmer came up with the idea of bringing this forgotten tradition back to life with the renaissance of Palmer's own hermitagé, the Historical XIXth Century Wine.
- A unique wine, based on a blend of emblematic parcels of Château Palmer to which is added, in a moderate proportion, a great Syrah wines from the Northern slopes of the Rhône Valley - the origin of which is kept secret by Thomas Duroux.
- 10th vintage since 2004.
- A distinctive blend with Petit Verdot for the first time instead of Merlot.
44% Cabernet Sauvignon, 44% Petit Verdot, 12% Syrah from Northern Rhône
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