Bordeaux

Chateau Latour Martillac (mixed case)

Chateau Latour - France - 2009 2010 2015

93 Points
Wine Advocate (vintage 2009)
92 Points
Wine Spectator (vintage 2010)
95 Points
Wine Enthusiast (vintage 2015)
6
Bottles per case
" 2009 Vintage:The best ever wine from this estate (even better than their sensational 2005), this full-bodied wine offers notes of blueberry, black currant, asphalt and burning charcoal embers in a deep, layered and multi-dimensional style. It is impressively pure and well-built, with far greater concentration and length than I ever remember this wine having in the past. Forget it for 5 years and drink it over the following three decades. 2010 Vintage: Dense, but supple along the edges, offering a packed core of cassis, blackberry and black cherry fruit. The lovely licorice, dark tobacco and violet notes glide to the finish, which shows solid, latent grip. Best from 2015 through 2025. 2015 Vintage:The 2015 is a deep garnet red. The nose is very intense with lovely maturity on red fruits (raspberry, cherry) and black fruits (blackcurrant, blackberry) notes. A touch oaky. A swirl round the glass opens more complex aromas of peony, liquorice, blackcurrant liquor and cocoa. A lovely mouthfeel, densely packed and seductive. Present but soft tannins give the wine a classical profile. The finish is long and slightly toasted."
Release date: June 5. 2020 Bottle: 750 ml bottle
Alcohol/Vol: 14.5% Made in: France
By:
Chateau Latour Martillac
Sugar Content: 2.8 g/L
Senescent Descriptor:
D - Dry
Style:
Full Bodied and Smooth
Varietal:
Bordeaux Blend

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4
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93 Points
Wine Advocate (vintage 2009)
92 Points
Wine Spectator (vintage 2010)
95 Points
Wine Enthusiast (vintage 2015)
6
Bottles per case
" 2009 Vintage:The best ever wine from this estate (even better than their sensational 2005), this full-bodied wine offers notes of blueberry, black currant, asphalt and burning charcoal embers in a deep, layered and multi-dimensional style. It is impressively pure and well-built, with far greater concentration and length than I ever remember this wine having in the past. Forget it for 5 years and drink it over the following three decades. 2010 Vintage: Dense, but supple along the edges, offering a packed core of cassis, blackberry and black cherry fruit. The lovely licorice, dark tobacco and violet notes glide to the finish, which shows solid, latent grip. Best from 2015 through 2025. 2015 Vintage:The 2015 is a deep garnet red. The nose is very intense with lovely maturity on red fruits (raspberry, cherry) and black fruits (blackcurrant, blackberry) notes. A touch oaky. A swirl round the glass opens more complex aromas of peony, liquorice, blackcurrant liquor and cocoa. A lovely mouthfeel, densely packed and seductive. Present but soft tannins give the wine a classical profile. The finish is long and slightly toasted."
Release date: June 5. 2020 Bottle: 750 ml bottle
Alcohol/Vol: 14.5% Made in: France
By:
Chateau Latour Martillac
Sugar Content: 2.8 g/L
Senescent Descriptor:
D - Dry
Style:
Full Bodied and Smooth
Varietal:
Bordeaux Blend
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