Chateau Latour 2011 in 1er OHK

97 Decanter, J. Anson; 18,5-19 Bettane & Desseauve; 18 Jancis Robinson, J. Harding
639,00 €
852,00 € pro 1 l
inkl. 19% USt. , Versandkostenfreie Lieferung nach DE AT. Versand (Standard)
  • Lieferstatus: auf Lager
  • Lieferzeit: 2 - 5 Werktage (DE - Ausland abweichend)
0,75 l

- 97 Punkte DECANTER, Jane Anson: „A delicious wine that stands out from many in the vintage. A ton of personality, with a sappy, raspberry, autumnal berry fruit as it opens and travels through the palate, with rose petals on the edge that give a beautiful uplift along with the classic trace of mint. Its tannins are a little more angular than you find in the 2010 and 2009, but it is starting to lengthen and open, although this was a vintage that was not immediately impressive in the way that the previous two had been. A stately Latour, one that needs another few years to really show its place. The last Latour to be sold en primeur in the old system. 34% of overall production. Harvest September 12 to 26.“

- 95 Punkte JAMES SUCKLING: "The nose is complex, featuring smoke, meat and hints of wood, with currants, olives and berries underneath. Full body with super-velvety tannins. The strong acidity gives the wine an edginess. Love the spicy, subtly fruity finish. Steely. Try in 2020."

- 18 Punkte RENE GABRIEL: "84.5 % Cabernet Sauvignon, 15 % Merot, 0,5 % Petit Verdot. Sattes Purpur-Granat, dicht in der Mitte, lila Schimmer aussen. Tiefgründiges Bouquet, schwarze Trüfffelnoten, Heidelbeeren, dunkle Edelhölzer und Kaffee. Es lässt sich aber nur wenig Aromatik entlocken, weil er mehr Tiefe wie Frucht anzeigt. Im Gaumen fest, barock, viel Fleisch, verlangende Konturen, viel Muskeln und auch ein bisschen sehnig in der Tannin-Säureverbindung. Da ist viel Geduld gefragt und an diesem Latour wird man sich eventuell in der Jugend die Zähne ausbeissen. Er muss noch mit dem weiteren Ausbau noch sehr Verfeinern und dann braucht er wohl fast 20 Jahre bis zu seiner Reife. Ein T-Bone-Steak-Latour, wie ich ihn schon lange nicht mehr so charaktervoll aber auch etwas hart verkostet hatte."

- 96 Punkte WINESPECTATOR, James Molesworth: "This has a gorgeous core of steeped plum, boysenberry and black currant coulis flavors, backed by a prominent graphite note that drives through the lengthy finish, where extra hints of anise and sweet tobacco flitter in the background. Regal. Best from 2018 through 2035. 5,835 cases made."

- 93-95 Punkte Robert Parkers WINE ADVOCATE, Robert M. Parker Jr: "A blend of 84.5% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Merlot and 0.5% Petit Verdot, the 2011 Latour represents only 34% of the crop. It hit 13.1% natural alcohol. One of the vintage's most compelling wines, it possesses a dense ruby/purple color as well as a sweet, open-knit personality with ripe tannin, superb intensity, good purity and harmony, a medium to full-bodied mouthfeel, and lots of crushed rock, floral and black as well as blue fruit notes in addition to hints of ink and forest floor. This beautifully rich, savory Latour will be surprisingly drinkable in 4-5 years, and should age easily for two decades or more."

- 94-96 Punkte Robert Parkers WINE ADVOCATE, Neal Martin: "The Grand Vin is a blend of 84.5% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Merlot and 0.5% Petit Verdot, representing 34% of the crop. The nose demands coaxing from the glass with introspective dark berry fruit, mineral, graphite and just a hint of cedar. The palate is classic Latour with tensile tannins in the driving seat and the fruit residing in the passenger. It has finely tuned acidity that lends it freshness and tension. There is superb minerality towards the finish but it retains that strictness and focus without blinking. If you love Latour, you will love the 2011. Tasted April 2012."

- 18 Punkte JANCIS ROBINSON, Julia Harding: "84.5% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Merlot, 0.5% Petit Verdot. Elderberry juice in colour. Black core. Reticent cassis perfume, not very forthcoming. Intense, deep, dry and long. Very refined and it feels as if it is all texture at the moment, no spare flesh but it’s more a question of no fat not leanness. It opens up to very pure cassis fruit but remains restrained. A slight dustiness increases the freshness. Dry purity and refinement. It's not even reined in, the constraint is built in. 'Super-bon élégant', opines Frédéric Engerer in an isolated burst of enthusiasm, the tannins remind him of those in 2000. Classical lines. Absolutely no generosity but Engerer reckons it will take on flesh. Very very long."

Jahrgang: 2011
Winespectator: 96 WS
René Gabriel: 18 RG
Decanter: 97 DEC
James Suckling: 95 JS
Produkt: Rotwein
Inhalt: 0,75 l
Parker Wine Advocate: 94 RPWA
Jancis Robinson: 18,0 JR
Appellation: Pauillac
Land: Frankreich
Klassifzierung: 1. Grand Cru Classé
Rebsorte(n): Cabernet SauvignonMerlot
Region: Bordeaux
Inhalt: 0,75 l
% vol Alk: 13,5
Potenziell allergene Substanzen: Enthält Sulfite. Kann Spuren von Eiweiß, Gelatine und Milch enthalten.
Warnungen: Der Konsum von alkoholhaltigen Getränken während der Schwangerschaft kann selbst in geringen Mengen schwere Konsequenzen für die Gesundheit des Kindes nach sich ziehen.
Hersteller: Chateau Latour, Saint-Lambert, F-33250 Pauillac
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