Este coupage formado por las variedades clásicas de Burdeos es una de las joyas de la histórica bodega Château Latour. Estamos ante un tinto de leyenda con un amplísimo abanico aromático donde las distintas notas primarias, secundarias y terciarias se muestran en una perfecta armonía. Con una extraordinaria capacidad de guarda, esta maravilla es un must entre los amantes de la prestigiosa región gala.

Ficha técnica

La bodega
13.0% vol.
63% Cabernet sauvignon, 35.6% Merlot, 0.5% Cabernet franc, 0.9% Petit verdot
Otros formatos disponibles:


De color carmesí brillante e intenso.
Expresiva, compleja y cautivadora. Regala un amplio abanico aromático con notas de violetas, de ciruelas negras, de moras y de grosellas que dan paso a apuntes especiados, de chocolate, de trufa, de caja de puro y de regaliz. Una maravilla.
Armoniosa, estructurada, profunda y envolvente. Regala una óptima acidez que equilibra la intensidad aromática, unos taninos pulidos y un final persistente y largo.
Temperatura de servicio
Se recomienda servir a 16 ºC.
Hasta 2042 si se conserva en óptimas condiciones.

Viñedo y elaboración

Más de 60 años.
Gravas y arcilla.

Opinión de los críticos

James Suckling:

Aromas of blackcurrants, sweet tobacco, fresh herbs, licorice and cigar box follow through to a full body with tannins that are totally integrated and ultra, ultra fine, framing the wine and highlighting the subtle, pretty fruit. All about grace and beauty. Keeps getting better. Drink or hold.

The Wine Advocate:

Composed of 63% Cabernet Sauvignon, 35.6% Merlot, 0.5% Cabernet Franc and 0.9% Petit Verdot, the 2015 Les Forts de Latour needs a fair bit of air to unlock a profound, powerhouse nose of blackcurrant cordial, boysenberries, plum preserves and dark chocolate, with suggestions of Chinese five spice, clove oil, violets and crushed rocks. The palate packs an absolute flavor wallop, bursting with rich, ripe black fruits and loads of spicy sparks, while framed by beautifully plush tannins, finishing long and minerally. Not at all heavy, on the contrary, the Les Forts is both expansive AND tantalizingly refreshing. In terms of evolution, it has barely budged since I last tasted it in 2017. While it's drinking very well right now, it easily has a good 20 years of cellaring ahead, maybe more. Impressive.


On the nose you get a full array of floral aromatics, and a gorgeous exuberance. The gourmet edge that is never far away from the surface in the 2015 vintage is very much in play, along with touches of truffle, cigar box and an earthy openness even at six years old. A smoked caramel note comes in on the end, as does a hit of mouthwatering salinity. It's not as intense as Forts in vintages like 2010 or 2016 but it has an ease to it that is hugely appealing, and can be drunk from now and for at least another 15 years. 0.5% Cabernet Franc completes the blend (the last vintage to contain even a slice of this grape, as it has now been pulled up). 40% of overall production.

Jeb Dunnuck:

The true second wine of the estate is the 2015 Les Forts De Latour and it's slightly more Cabernet dominated with 63% Cabernet Sauvignon, 35.6% Merlot, and then less than one percent each of Petit Verdot and Cabernet Franc. This ripe, sunny vintage delivered loads of terrific wines and the 2015 reveals a vivid purple/opaque color as well as fabulous cassis and jammy currant fruits intermixed with lots of cedarwood, leafy herbs, earth, and graphite. Medium to full-bodied, concentrated, and nicely structured, it has a wealth of fruit, building yet sweet tannins, no hard edges, and a great, great finish. This is a stunning Les Forts de Latour that can be drunk today or cellared for 20-25 years or more.