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Chateau Latour

  Located on the relatively high detritus bank in southern Pauillac village of Bordeaux, Chateau Latour was reclaimed as a vineyard in the 16th century. Its vineyard covers 44 hectares,  (86 hectares, including 48 hectares around the chateau called “l’Enclos” )  and the average age of its vines is 35 years. is 50 years in “l’Enclos” 
  Chateau Latour is a national treasure of France, and also rated as a premier grand crus in 1855 Classification. It was appreciated by English royal family and nobles in the 18th century. At that time, Chateau Latour wines were 20 times more expensive than other wines. If Chateau Lafite Rothschild wines have the qualities of a queen, Chateau Latour wines have the qualities of a king.

  • Chateau Latour Dry Red Wines

      Chateau Latour Dry Red Wines needs 10 to 15 years to ripe, and some wines may take decades. Ripe Chateau Latour wines have dense vinosity, full of explicit hierarchies, fine and full of contents.

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