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Pauillac de Latour
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|2018||Pauillac de Latour (Pauillac)|
Dark in color, it takes no effort to find the cassis, black raspberry, spice, tobacco and earthy notes. In the mouth, you'll find soft but stern, fine tannins, clean, sweet, ripe fruits and polish in the finish. The wine was produced from blending 56.9% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30.8% Merlot, 12.3% Petit Verdot. 91-93 Pts
3172 Views Tasted Apr 19, 2019
|2017||Pauillac de Latour (Pauillac)|
Kicking it off with a mix of cassis and lead pencil, this Medium/full-bodied wine is forward and fruity with freshness, lift and soft textures in a red berry finish. You can think of this as a baby Latour. The wine was produced from a blend of 52.9% Cabe
2359 Views Tasted Apr 26, 2018
|2016||Pauillac de Latour (Pauillac)|
Vibrant, fresh, lively and loaded with chewy cassis, the tannins are round, the fruit offers sweet, bright red berry notes and the finish combines the hint of austerity you look for in Pauillac, coupled with length and freshness. The wine was made from blending 54.6% Cabernet Sauvignon, 38.9% Merlot and 6.5 Petit Verdot, this wine represent 26.5% of the production.
659 Views Tasted Sep 26, 2019
Fresh, sweet blackberry and cassis are right out in front. The wine is juicy, fresh, forward and silky. There are ripe tannins, well-designed textures and more fruit than usual for the estate. This should be released in five years for pleasurable drinking. Produced from a blend of 54.6% Cabernet Sauvignon, 38.9% Merlot and 6.5 Petit Verdot, this wine represents 26.5% of the production.
2653 Views Tasted Apr 29, 2017
|2015||Pauillac de Latour (Pauillac)|
Medium bodied, soft, juicy and sweet, with a real Pauillac character, you can take this home and drink it now, for its soft, sweet, cassis, cocoa, cherry and tobacco character.
2236 Views Tasted May 21, 2018
A medium-bodied, finesse-style wine offering sweet cassis and cherries in a soft, forward fashion for an early charm. Produced from a blend of 54.2% Cabernet Sauvignon, 41.7% Merlot, and .03% Cabernet Franc, this wine represents 30% of the production. 89 - 91 Pts
2494 Views Tasted Apr 18, 2016
|2014||Pauillac de Latour (Pauillac)|
Medium/full bodied, focused, refined and needing just a few more years , the cassis is sweet, the texture is polished and the fruit is stained with tobacco leaf. This will be ready to drink in just a few short years.
2399 Views Tasted Jun 24, 2017
Produced from a blend of 42.3% Merlot, and 50.6% Cabernet Sauvignon, this wine easily and gracefully offers dark, chocolate covered berries and soft, fleshy, ripe fruit and freshness in the finish. 88-90 Pts
2715 Views Tasted Apr 14, 2015
|2013||Pauillac de Latour (Pauillac)|
Cassis, cherry and earthy aromas lead to a supple ruby-colored wine with cherry, olive and herbs. 85-86 Pts
2722 Views Tasted Apr 20, 2014
|2012||Pauillac de Latour (Pauillac)|
Quite a strong showing for this wine. Medium/full bodied, and ready to drink, the wine is refined, juicy, elegant, classic and reserved. Yet, the blend of tobacco, cedar and cassis is everything you look for in Pauillac. There is fruit, freshness, and character. You can think of this as a Freshman Latour which drinks well early in life.
2459 Views Tasted Jun 24, 2017
Medium/full bodied, and ready to drink, the wine is refined, juicy, elegant, classic and reserved. Yet, the blend of tobacco, cedar and cassis is everything you look for in Pauillac. There is fruit, freshness, and character. You can think of this as a Freshman Latour.
2912 Views Tasted Mar 29, 2017
Fresh, sweet, cassis and cocoa in the nose, the wine is medium bodied with a soft plum and spicy black cherry finish that can be enjoyed young.
2859 Views Tasted May 15, 2015
From a Merlot-dominated blend, the wine offers cassis, black raspberry jam and earthy scents. This is a medium-bodied, delicate and soft Pauillac with a gentle red berry finish. Enjoy this fresh Pauillac on the young side. 87-89 Pts
2465 Views Tasted Apr 23, 2013
|2011||Pauillac de Latour (Pauillac)|
Produced from 62.5% Cabernet Sauvignon and 37.5% Merlot, this wine represents 23% of the production. The third wine of Latour is deep ruby in color with cedar, earth and cassis on the nose. Fresh, spicy cassis and cherry in the finish. 87 - 89 Pts
5229 Views Tasted Apr 10, 2012
|2010||Pauillac de Latour (Pauillac)|
This is drinking great today. The cassis, blackberry and tobacco charm are out in full force. This has the refinement and character equal to many 5th Growth wines, which is really saying a lot, considering this is a third wine!
5578 Views Tasted Jul 16, 2016
This has to be the greatest third wine of all time, from any estate! It's soft, ripe, round and stuffed with fresh fruits, spice and earthy characteristics. It's already drinkable too.
6673 Views Tasted May 8, 2013
With spicy blackberry scents and soft, round textures, the wine ends with a light chocolate covered blackberry finish. 90-92 Pts
6076 Views Tasted Jul 20, 2012
Pauillac de Latour - Produced from 55% Cabernet Sauvignon, 44.5 Merlot and a dollop of Cabernet Franc, this is an uncommonly rich third wine with cassis, tobacco, coca and dark cherry sensations. 89-91 Pts
6087 Views Tasted Apr 20, 2011
|2009||Pauillac de Latour (Pauillac)|
Forest floor, cedar and cassis in the nose opened to a soft wine with ripe, tannins and a true Pauillac character. The wine finishes with pure blackberry essence. For a third wine, this is quite an achievement.
4566 Views Tasted May 3, 2012
|2008||Pauillac de Latour (Pauillac)|
Fully mature, the truffle, and tobacco notes come through loud and clear. Medium bodied, still holding on to its red fruit core, this will be best over the next few years.
2621 Views Tasted Sep 18, 2018