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Château Latour Grand Vin de Château Latour Pauillac Red Bordeaux Blend 1999

Ratings on Delectable

Bill Bender Delectable Pro

Full and solid but it lacked the vibrancy, depth and complexity I expect with Latour.

Full and solid but it lacked the vibrancy, depth and complexity I expect with Latour.

9.1

Evan Roberts Delectable Pro

Wow

Wow

9.5

Phil Stice Delectable Pro

Drinking incredibly well. Tannins fully resolved

Drinking incredibly well. Tannins fully resolved

9.7

Jeremy Noye Delectable Pro

CEO Morrell & Company

This is really entering a great phase.

This is really entering a great phase.

9.5

Carlo Mondavi Delectable Pro

Owner/Winegrower RAEN Winery, Partner Continuum

Classic Bordeaux

Classic Bordeaux

9.1

Adam Robins Delectable Pro

Classic graphite character. Fruit is getting to that nice dried, complex state. I think it needs a bit more time but great experience

Classic graphite character. Fruit is getting to that nice dried, complex state. I think it needs a bit more time but great experience

8.6

Luke Kenning Delectable Pro

Sommelier/Wine Director Farallon Restaurant

Fantastic but is it worth the money. Answer is yes if you have the means.

Fantastic but is it worth the money. Answer is yes if you have the means.

9.8

Adam

At first tannic, after three hours, silky, elegant and splendid! 20 year wedding anniversary!

At first tannic, after three hours, silky, elegant and splendid! 20 year wedding anniversary!

9.7

HH Lim

Tasted on 24/09/19 at La Tour dinner at Majestic Restaurant. Strong fragrant, leather & earth favours, very long finishes.

Tasted on 24/09/19 at La Tour dinner at Majestic Restaurant. Strong fragrant, leather & earth favours, very long finishes.

9.0

romo

Power.

Power.

9.4

Location

  • 1003 4th Avenue East
    Olympia, WA 98506

  • Hours:
    Customer Service Hours: Monday - Friday 8am to 5pm PST

    Store Hours (Curbside Pickup only): Monday - Friday 3pm - 5pm

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