Château Latour Grand Vin de Château Latour Pauillac Red Bordeaux Blend 2008

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ADAM STROMFELD Delectable Pro

Tar and cooked fruit and black olives on the nose. Soft and tight... hmmm... very young. Beautiful but can be enhanced from 20 additional years? A bit of a short finish. Lunch continues!!!

Tar and cooked fruit and black olives on the nose. Soft and tight... hmmm... very young. Beautiful but can be enhanced from 20 additional years? A bit of a short finish. Lunch continues!!!

9.4

ADAM STROMFELD Delectable Pro

Not a bad lunch wine tar and dark earthy notes on the front nose palate well balanced and supple a cross between dark fruit and earth. First growth at lunch!! Yum

Not a bad lunch wine tar and dark earthy notes on the front nose palate well balanced and supple a cross between dark fruit and earth. First growth at lunch!! Yum

9.6

Daron Watson Delectable Pro

from Forts you get here a much broader and intricate bouquet

from Forts you get here a much broader and intricate bouquet

9.5

Fabien Lainé Delectable Pro

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Dense wine, a good Pauillac, but for now way to young and price too high for what I got in my glass now, see you in a few years - 94% Cabernet Sauvignon, 5% Merlot and 1% Cabernet Franc (40% of the production made it into the grand vin)

Dense wine, a good Pauillac, but for now way to young and price too high for what I got in my glass now, see you in a few years - 94% Cabernet Sauvignon, 5% Merlot and 1% Cabernet Franc (40% of the production made it into the grand vin)

9.0

Matthieu Michon

Loads of dark fruit, beautiful nose, complex wine but still a good five years away from being in the right place!

Loads of dark fruit, beautiful nose, complex wine but still a good five years away from being in the right place!

9.4

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