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Der günstigste Jahrgang CHATEAU LATOUR auf dem Markt
Weinvorhersage vom 29. Mai 2020

Der günstigste Jahrgang CHATEAU LATOUR auf dem Markt

CHATEAU LATOUR hat soeben mit 2012 den ersten Jahrgang auf den Markt gebracht, der außerhalb der traditionellen PRIMEUR-Kampagne freigegeben wurde. Wie Sie wissen, stieg CHATEAU LATOUR mit dem Jahrgang 2012 aus dem klassischen Prozedere der Subskription aus, 2011 war somit der letzte Jahrgang, der in Subskription erhältlich war. Ihr Vorteil: Im Umfeld der aktuellen Corona Krise war das Gut mehr oder weniger gezwungen, sich preislich dem Markt anzupassen. Das heißt in kurzen Worten, Sie erhalten 2012 CHATEAU LATOUR zu einem Preis, der diesen Jahrgang zum günstigsten CHATEAU LATOUR auf dem Markt macht, und das mit sensationellen Bewertungen. Ob die Rechnung für das Weingut aufging, steht auf einem anderen Blatt, was aber nicht verwundert, 2012 CHATEAU LATOUR war binnen weniger Stunden am Marktplatz Bordeaux komplett geräumt. Die Nachfrage ist unglaublich hoch!   90,2% Cabernet Sauvignon, 9,6% Merlot, 0,2% Petit Verdot lautet die Erfolgsformel, 8 Jahre Reife in den Chateau-Kellern, jede Flasche individuell versehen mit einem Rückenaufkleber, der den release date trägt, zudem neueste, nicht kommunizierte Technik zur Sicherstellung der Fälschungssicherheit. Sehen Sie sich die Bewertungen an, 2012 CHATEAU LATOUR ist definitiv ein Kauf. Wir hatten die Gelegenheit, den Wein zu verkosten, KAUFEN SIE! Günstiger werden Sie wohl nie wieder an einen Wein dieses Premier Cru ex Chateau kommen.   96+ PARKER THE WINE ADVOCATE:

„The 2012 Latour is a blend of 90.2% Cabernet Sauvignon, 9.6% Merlot and 0.2% Petit Verdot. Medium to deep garnet colored, the nose slowly, measuredly emerges with notions of preserved Morello cherries, baked blackcurrants and blackberry compote, giving way to nuances of pencil shavings, unsmoked cigars, Chinese five spice and sandalwood plus ever so subtle hints of cardamom and eucalyptus. Medium-bodied, the palate delivers mouth-coating black and red fruit preserves with a firm, grainy-textured frame and fantastic freshness, finishing with a veritable firework display of lingering spices and minerals. This is a more restrained, relatively elegant vintage of Latour that may not have that “iron fist in a velvet glove” power of the greatest vintages but nonetheless struts its superior terroir and behind-the-scenes savoir faire with impressive panache. It is drinking nicely now with suitably rounded-off, approachable tannins, and the tertiary characters are just beginning to bring some more cerebral elements into the compote of temptingly primary black fruits. But, if you’re looking to drink it in full, flamboyant swing, give it another 5-10 years in bottle and drink it over the next 20-25 years+. 19 RENE GABRIEL:
“Der Latour 2012 schmeckt so richtig nach der guten alten Zeit und gibt sich somit als ein geduldiger, aber auch versprechender Klassiker. Nicht zuletzt auch, wenn man ein weiteres, in letzter Zeit bei vielen Spitzen-Crus oft kritisierten, weiteres Detail betrachtet: Der Alkoholgehalt liegt bei beruhigenden 12.8 Volumenprozenten!“ 96 NEAL MARTIN:
„The 2012 Latour has a potent bouquet of blackberry, graphite and distinctive tertiary notes [instead of more marine scents observed four years earlier]. Initially, the palate is slightly disjointed on the entry and displays a subtle herbal quality, plus hints of pencil shavings. The 2012 demands a few minutes to really coalesce and achieve the precision and pixelation that have been the hallmark of this Grand Vin in its youth. Layers of black fruit coat the mouth, and a bitter edge lends tension, particularly toward the very persistent finish. Though its release implies, and the rhetoric from the château indicates, that it is ready to drink, if you want my advice, cellar the 2012 for another five or six years to witness it in full flight. It has always been a candidate for wine of the vintage... just have a bit of patience.”   Ebenso freigegeben wurde 2014 LES FORTS DE LATOUR mit einem Blend aus 71% Cabernet Sauvignon und 29% Merlot.   93 PARKER THE WINEADVOCATE:
"The 2014 Les Forts de Latour is a blend of 71.4% Cabernet Sauvignon and 28.6% Merlot. Deep garnet-purple colored, it needs a little coaxing to reveal expanding scents of blackcurrant pastilles, baked plums and boysenberries with suggestions of wood smoke, fragrant earth, cast-iron pan and charcuterie plus a faint waft of black truffles. Medium-bodied, the earthy/savory palate has loads of lively black fruit with a refreshing line and firm, grainy tannins, finishing on a lingering ferrous note." 94 JAMES SUCKLING:
„Glorious aromatics with currants, flowers, stones and light mushrooms. Medium to full body and fine tannins that are long and polished. Super linear, structured and long. Drink in 2019.“ 93 NEAL MARTIN:
„The 2014 Les Forts de Latour is one of those wines that deserves an hour to open and then observe it coalescing in the glass. The bouquet is initially high-toned and then mellow to reveal attractive scents of red fruit, cedar and incense. The palate is maybe a more malleable than I anticipated, clearly a Les Forts that is primed for drinking, although there is sufficient depth to suggest that it will give 15 years of pleasure, maybe more. Suave and surprisingly rounded for a 2014, this is a fine late released Deuxième Vin from the First Growth although I uphold my remark in my previous notes that I would have liked more Pauillac DNA. Tasted from ex-château bottle.“

2012 Chateau Latour Chateau Latour Pauillac
Rotwein
96+
THE WINEADVOCATE: "The 2012 Latour is a blend of 90.2% Cabernet Sauvignon, 9.6% Merlot and 0.2% Petit Verdot. Medium to deep garnet colored, the nose slowly, measuredly emerges with notions of preserved Morello cherries, baked blackcurrants and blackberry compote, giving way to nuances of pencil shavings, unsmoked cigars, Chinese five spice and sandalwood plus ever so subtle hints of cardamom and eucalyptus. Medium-bodied, the palate delivers mouth-coating black and red fruit preserves with a firm, grainy-textured frame and fantastic freshness, finishing with a veritable firework display of lingering spices and minerals. This is a more restrained, relatively elegant vintage of Latour that may not have that “iron fist in a velvet glove” power of the greatest vintages but nonetheless struts its superior terroir and behind-the-scenes savoir faire with impressive panache. It is drinking nicely now with suitably rounded-off, approachable tannins, and the tertiary characters are just beginning to bring some more cerebral elements into the compote of temptingly primary black fruits. But, if you’re looking to drink it in full, flamboyant swing, give it another 5-10 years in bottle and drink it over the next 20-25 years+."
92
THE WINE CELLAR INSIDER: "Already showing a hint of truffle on top of the sweet, ripe, juicy black cherries and plums, the wine is soft, round and fresh, with a sweet hint of chocolate with the red fruits in the finish."
96
ANTONIO GALLONI: "The 2012 Latour has a potent bouquet of blackberry, graphite and distinctive tertiary notes [instead of more marine scents observed four years earlier]. Initially, the palate is slightly disjointed on the entry and displays a subtle herbal quality, plus hints of pencil shavings. The 2012 demands a few minutes to really coalesce and achieve the precision and pixelation that have been the hallmark of this Grand Vin in its youth. Layers of black fruit coat the mouth, and a bitter edge lends tension, particularly toward the very persistent finish. Though its release implies, and the rhetoric from the château indicates, that it is ready to drink, if you want my advice, cellar the 2012 for another five or six years to witness it in full flight. It has always been a candidate for wine of the vintage... just have a bit of patience."
97
DECANTER: "This will be by far the biggest release since Latour brought in the new system, as the 2012 has not been on the market before. It's a good one to start with as this is a vintage where the drinking window is starting to come into view. This is pure liquorice, graphite and profoundly dark fruits, gourmet brushed damson and crushed stones, with a silky, appealingly open texture. The tannins are as bracing as you hope for from this estate, not giving an inch yet, but there is air between them and the structure is starting to loosen up. Harvest from September 24 to October 16, under rainy conditions after a super hot summer and early September that ensured the grapes stayed in good condition, but turned the concentration from impenetrable to an altogether more approachable style."
93
FALSTAFF: "Dunkles Rubingranat, violette Reflexe, zarte Randaufhellung, mit dezenter Kräuterwürze unterlegte dunkle Beerenfrucht, tabakiger Anklang, zarte rotbeerige Nuancen, etwas Lakritze. Mittlere Komplexität, wieder rotbeerige Noten, integrierte Tannine, gute Struktur, salziger Nachhall, etwas wenig Charme, wirkt noch sehr unterentwickelt."
18
JANCIS ROBINSON: "Dark blackish crimson. Luscious-looking colour. Profound, complex with lots of depth. Really complete and spicy with a dry, very Latour, mineral nose. Not the most concentrated Latour but with great character and Latour expression. Very muscular and not nearly ready."
94
JAMES SUCKLING: "Very perfumed with hints of minerals, currants, wet earth and stones. Full-bodied, muscular and chewy. Polished tannins, tight acidity and a savory finish. Very reserved. Muscular. Better in 2019."
19
WEINWISSER: "90,2 % Cabernet Sauvignon, 9,6 % Merlot, 0,2 % Petit Verdot. Extrem dunkles Purpur mit violetten und schwarzen Reflexen. Viel dunkles Malz im ersten Ansatz, schwarze Oliven, Pumpernickelbrot, Korinthen, Rauch, Périgord- Trüffel, Teer und getrocknete Heidelbeeren. Erhabener Gaumen, der Cabernet Sauvignon ist mächtig und bildet eine gaumenumfassende, verlangende, aber auch ausgeglichene Adstringenz. Ein gros ser Klassiker, fast schon im alten Latour-Stil. Erinnert mich stark an eine Mischung aus 1988 bis 1986 und 1995. Beim Vergleich mit dem letztgenannten Millésime bin ich mir ganz sicher, denn wir konnten den 1995er Latour gleichzeitig mit diesem 2012er-Primeurmuster bei unserem Besuch verkosten. Motto: Den zu jungen spucken – den fast reifen schlucken!"
95
WINESPECTATOR: "This features a terrific, gorgeously delineated graphite note that runs from start to finish, letting the dark plum, black cherry and cassis fruit play out beautifully. Shows a lovely backdrop of charcoal and iron on the finish. Ever so slightly rigid, with a strong graphite expression, this is straight rather than expansive in feel, but seriously long nonetheless. Best from 2018 through 2030. 9,819 cases made."
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