All of the grapes from the vineyards owned by the Latour family are vinified and aged in the cuverie of Château Corton Grancey in Aloxe-Corton. The winery was the first purpose-built cuverie in France and remains the oldest still-functioning. Pale straw with gold edges and aromas of stone fruits with a slight floralbcharacter. On the palate peach flavors with lemon nutty notes. The finish has lively acidity and ends with some of minerality. — 20 hours ago
Well-balanced Pinot Noir from South of France (near Cannes), soft stone fruit and mild tannin, served at dinner with friends (Atesh) — 3 days ago
Classic Bordeaux. Powerful wine with lots of time left. Robust yet elegant with dark fruit and hint dark cherry and and hint of leather on the nose. Love it. Will watch the rest of the case evolve over time - but HD to try one and wasn’t disappointed!!
— 25 days ago
Had another bottle in my cellar, had this about 2 years ago. Louis Latour's domaine covers 50 hectares including the largest collection of Grand Cru vineyards in Burgundy. Aged for 12 months in French Oak (35% new), bright Ruby with complex red fruit aromas and spicy oak. On the palate blackberry and currants flavors with cacao and oak notes, fine soft tannins, lively acidity, well balance. Lingering finish ending with earthy mineral tones. Aging well! — 5 days ago
Lovely white burgundy. Just what it says on the tin. Careful wet stones, and earth on the nose, with prominent cheese rind. Some caramel apple on the palate with vanilla, and oak with baking spice. Mineral finish. — 10 days ago
Refined Beaujolais (Gamay) from a village near Beaune, served at lobster dinner with friends — 2 days ago
Glorious. Bought in saint emillion m, savored in Bordeux. — 6 days ago