Chateau Latour-Martillac – Pessac-Leognan 2010

Cabernet Sauvignon 60%, Merlot 35%, Petit Verdot 5%


Château Latour-Martillac, located in the Bordeaux region of France, derives its name from the 12th-century tower that adorns the estate’s courtyard. Belonging to the Pessac-Léognan AOC territory, the estate has been owned by the Kressmann family since the late 19th century. Its wines have been notably part of the official supplies to Buckingham Palace since 1936. In the early 1940s, the vineyard area was expanded, leading to a shift in the varietal composition. Initially intended primarily for white wine production, the vineyard underwent renovation to primarily produce Bordeaux-style red wines. Every agricultural decision amidst the vine rows is thoughtful and attentive, guided by the utmost respect for the environment, nature, ecosystem, and biodiversity, aiming to harvest healthy and genuine grapes, rich and concentrated in every subtle sensory nuance. Following the strictly manual harvest, vinification occurs in the historic cellar, entirely renovated in 1989. The red wines are matured for 15 to 18 months, while the whites rest for at least a year. In both cases, they prove to be elegant, harmonious, and balanced in tasting. Hence, labels of absolute quality emerge, capable of evoking unequivocal emotions, especially when patiently awaited. These wines narrate the finest excellence of Bordeaux’s terroir when it comes to winemaking.

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