A Legacy of Excellence in Bordeaux's Médoc Wine Region
The aroma entices with notes of blackcurrant, dark cherry, and plum, complemented by fragrant violets, and subtle hints of refreshing mint and rich dark chocolate. The palate offers a harmonious and velvety experience, showcasing lavish fruit flavours and impressive depth.
- 94 Points Wine Spectator.
- 93 Vinous - Antonio Galloni
- 57% Cabernet Sauvignon, 31% Merlot, 12% Petit Verdot.
Food Pairing: Grilled steak, lamb chops with a red wine reduction, or beef Wellington. Also, consider roasted duck with a cherry sauce or a mushroom risotto. For cheeses, opt for aged varieties like G
Cellaring: Now to 2040
STORY BEHIND THIS WINE
Nestled in the heart of the historic Médoc wine region, approximately 50 km north-west of Bordeaux, Château Latour stands as a testament to the birthplace of Bordeaux's vineyard legacy. The estate's prized terroir, l'Enclos, commands a view of the Gironde estuary, endowing the vineyard with unique geological richness and ensuring a consistently temperate climate. Since 1993, guided by the Pinault family, dedicated efforts have been made to uphold Château Latour's unwavering commitment to producing wines of exceptional quality and distinction.