Chateau Latour probably takes the longest to come around of all of the first Growths. Most of the time, patience is rewarded. This showed quite well for the vintage. Purple in color, ruby at the rim. The nose is very earthy with Bordeaux funk but also cassis, black raspberries, tobacco and slight cedar. Medium bodied with medium tannins. At age 22, this is more of a teenager than an adult. The palate goes from heavy cassis to cranberries and back with underlying funk and earth. There is some complexity. This should drink well for another fifteen to twenty years. It drinks nice alone but will work better with food. An onion tart might be nice.
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