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Château Latour 2013

Bordeaux - Pauillac - 1er Cru Classé - Red Wine -

Owned by François Pinault since 1993, Château Latour is one of the oldest castles in the Médoc. This wine is one of the most popular and famous wines in the world today and is made with the best grapes from Enclos, which is an unprecedented historic terroir around the Château de Latour. Harvesting is done manually, stirring is piecemeal and the extracts are made in stainless steel tanks and then aged in new oak barrels from the Allier and Nièvre forests. This Chateau Latour 2013 is a blended wine, it is made of 95,2 % Cabernet Sauvignon, 4,4 % Merlot, et 0,4 % Petit Verdot

Tasting note:

The dress : The color is garnet, intense

The nose: reveals red and black fruits with delicate spices

The mouth: suave, and of great delicacy. It evolves on a final with a deep tannicity, unctuous and deliciously tasty.

The advice of 12bouteilles: Château Latour goes well with aperitifs, starters, main dishes. It will go perfectly with your red meat dishes such as lamb or beef. Serve between 14 ° C and 16 ° C

Delivery September 2021

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Product Details

Château Latour 2013

Country:

France

Area:

Bordeaux

Appellation:

Pauillac

Producer:

Château Latour

Vintage:

2013

Classification:

1er Cru Classé

Varietals:

95,2 % Cabernet Sauvignon, 4,4 % Merlot, 0,4 % Petit Verdot

Dress:

garnet color, intense

Bouquet:

red and black fruits with delicate spices

Palate:

suave, and of great delicacy. It evolves on a final with a deep tannicity, unctuous and deliciously tasty.

In cellar:

Ready to drink

Food & Wine:

Red meat (Beef, Lamb...)

Serving:

Decant 2 hours before tasting

Temperature:

16°C-18°C