Description and Reviews:
The 2007 Chateau Vincent located within the enclave of Chateau Palmer - little known, this represents outstanding quality at an amazing price.
Dark crimson colour. Beautiful nose of anise, cinnamon, spring flowers, red roses, raspberries, and black currant. The palate is round, juicy, deep, and precise, flowing with layers of black and red fruit, including blackberries, raspberries, boysenberries, and strawberries, plus pipe tobacco, leather, creme de cassis, wild herbs, and mushrooms. The finish brings sweet, refined tannins into a 30+ second finish. This is an excellent, classically styled claret drinking at peak. Should be good through 2020.
**CellarTracker Review -2016**
It would be hard to find a better placed vineyard than that of Ch. Vincent situated, as it is, entirely within an enclave of Ch. Palmer. When her husband died in 1968, Madame Domec formed an arrangement with Ch. Palmer in that they would tend the vineyards and make the wine, in return for two thirds of the harvest. Possibly the best kept secret in Bordeaux.