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Latour a Pomerol produces sumptuous, meaty, concentrated and full-bodied Pomerols that often require at least years of cellaring

Latour a Pomerol

Tasting notes, Robert Parker, 93 points
Tasted at the Latour-à-Pomerol vertical in London. Back in 1998, one Robert Parker wrote: "Several years in the bottle could result in an excellent, perhaps outstanding Latour-à-Pomerol." Well, he was right. The 1995 Latour-à-Pomerol has blossomed into a great wine. Initially it seems a little mundane on the nose, but do not be deceived because it unfolds and offers lovely tobacco and cedar notes that might take you to Pessac-Léognan rather than Pomerol. The palate is very well proportioned, quite structured for a 1995 with much more body and substance than its 1996 counterpart. Hints of iodine sweep across the senses towards the finish that again, dupes you into thinking it might be from Pessac-Léognan. Whatever, it is an impressive Pomerol that after two decades is delivering the goods. And you know, it might improve even further. Tasted December 2015.

The estate has 8 hectares (20 acres) of vineyards, planted predominantly to Merlot with a small amount of Cabernet Franc. There are two plots with distinct soils – the best plot is gravel-based while the other has more sandy soils.
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