Château Latour proudly stands as a beacon of winemaking brilliance, embodying the pinnacle of Bordeaux's esteemed heritage. Its name has become synonymous with exceptional quality and refined sophistication. In the years since 1993, under the leadership of the Pinault family, the estate’s owner, significant changes have been made with a view to maintaining Château Latour’s pursuit of excellence in the wines that it produces.
The rich tapestry of Château Latour's history, where centuries-old traditions harmonise with modern winemaking finesse, has roots dating back to the 14th century, witnessing the evolution of winemaking techniques and passing down a legacy of craftsmanship.
Château Latour's vineyards are a testament to the union of nature and expertise. Gravel-rich soils and unique microclimates sculpt grapes that mirror the land's essence. The range from robust Cabernet Sauvignon to graceful Merlot embodies the distinct character of its terroir.
The winemaking at Château Latour is an art, skilfully honed by devoted hands that respect the balance between nature and nurture. From meticulous vineyard care to precise cellar techniques, the resulting wines resonate with depth, complexity, and a timeless allure. 2015 was a landmark year for the chateau, in which the Grand Vin vineyards were farmed biodynamically for the very first time and so, began the delicate shift towards the new Latour way.
There are few wines all over the world with the prestige, history and inherent quality of Chateau Latour. Well-known for its near-peerless ability to age, the aromas and flavours it develops along the way have seen it attract huge praise and fervent followers for centuries.