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CHATEAU LATOUR Chateau Latour 2014 Pauillac - Bortársaság

CHATEAU LATOURChateau Latour 2014 Pauillac

Bottle price
HUF 385 000
For club members or over 12 pcs.
HUF 352 910

Unit price: HUF 513 333 / litre. Our prices are gross prices.

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Based on the 1855 classification, it is listed as a Premier Grand Cru classé and it’s also one of the world’s most desired wines – a blend of 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 43% Merlot and 7% Petit Verdot from old vines. It was aged in 100% new French oak barrels. It shows unparalleled complexity, cassis, black cherry, raspberry, violet, truffle and smoke appear both on the nose and the palate. Even for a Bordeaux, it’s a full-bodied wine with silky tannins, vibrant acidity, extraordinary length and finesse, plus exciting spiciness on the finish. It has serious ageing potential.

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Chateau Latour

Chateau Latour is among the oldest Bordeaux wine estates in the Pauillac appellation with a history dating back to 14th century. The epicentre of the 78-hectare vineyard of premier cru Chateau Latour is the 47-hectare parcel known as “l’Enclos”. This is considered by many to be the best terroir in all of Bordeaux, and it provides the fruit for the Grand Vin of Chateau Latour. The vineyard of the chateau is planted with 80% Cabernet Sauvignon 18% Merlot, 1% Cabernet Franc and 1% Petit Verdot. While the average age of vines is 40 years old, there are vines on the estate as old as 100 years. Latour is experimenting with biodynamic farming in some of their plots. As of 2013, 24 hectares are cultivated using biodynamic techniques, while 7 hectares are organically farmed. In 1993, the estate was purchased by billionaire businessman François Pinault, who later employed Frederic Engerer to manage it. In 2012, Chateau Latour announced it would no longer be selling its wine en primeur. Latour’s plan is to cellar the wine until it is more enjoyable for consumers to drink. Indeed, Latour can require decades to fully develop in the top vintages. The Pinault family also own other wineries: the Domaine d’Eugenie in Burgundy, Chateau Grillet in the Northern Rhone, and since July 2013, the Araujo Estate in the Napa Valley

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