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Latour 2000 & Les Forts De Latour 2009
Château Latour 2000 and Les Forts de Latour 2009 are now available. Our buyer Jessica Bryans takes you through Latour's 2016 release... We are pleased to confirm that Château Latour have released the remaining stocks of one of the estate’s great wines - Le Grand Vin 2000 - as well as the 2009 vintage of their second wine, Les Forts ...
ON March 17, 2016
Aldo Vacca: A true Barbaresco Icon
Aldo Vacca has been at the helm of Produttori del Barbaresco, arguably Europe’s most respected co-op, for the last 27 years. In this time the co-op has consistently produced some of the finest expressions of Barbaresco yet remains remarkably well-priced despite its benchmark reputation. With historic family ties (his great grandfather being one of the original founders of the Produttori), ...
ON January 18, 2019
Chateau Latour: The 2012 Release
As we await the upcoming 2012 release from Chateau Latour, we explore what makes this First Growth from Pauillac so unique. This King of Kings is situated on what is arguably the best terroir on the Left Bank, built upon trademark Pauillac gravel and clay subsoil and perfectly positioned to reap the benefits of the Gironde breeze reducing the threats of both ...
BY FINE+RARE,
ON March 12, 2020
Chateau Latour - the Archetypal First Growth?
This week in our series of producer profiles, we examine Château Latour: a first-growth synonymous with excellence, class and the illustrious heritage of Bordeaux. Château Latour: The Gold-Standard of First Growths Château Latour, situated at the southern edge of Pauillac on the border with St Julien and just a quickstep from the sloping banks of the Gironde, is one ...
ON October 28, 2015
Solaia Vertical with Antonio Galloni, Piero Antinori and Renzo Cotarell
The evening started with Piero Antinori explaining how Solaia first came about, how it was effectively the result of a very lucky accident, much in the same way as Champagne. In 1978, the vines used to make Antinori’s Tignanello produced an unusually high yield of Cabernet Sauvignon. Rather than waste this, or blend it into the other wines, they decided ...
BY Gavin Smith,
ON November 29, 2019
Product details
Country
Italy
Region
Northern Italy
Sub-region
Trentino Alto Adige
Colour
White
Taste
Dry
Alcohol %
-
Product Type
Still wine
Product Subtype
-
Drinking Window
-
Country
Italy
Region
Northern Italy
Sub-region
Trentino Alto Adige
Colour
White
Taste
Dry
Alcohol %
-
Product Type
Still wine
Product Subtype
-
Drinking Window
-
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