Este coupage de Cabernet sauvignon y Merlot, es una de las joyas que ofrece la histórica bodega bordelesa Château Latour. Un tinto legendario con una extraordinaria capacidad de guarda. Potente, elegante, cautivador y eterno.

Ficha técnica

La bodega
13.0% vol.
64% Cabernet sauvignon, 35% Merlot, 1% Cabernet franc
Otros formatos disponibles:


De color carmesí brillante e intenso.
Potente, elegante y muy expresiva. Exhibe un amplio abanico de aromas de arándanos, de moras negras y de violetas que dan paso a las notas de pimienta y de clavo para terminar con los apuntes terciaros de su evolución en botella.
Intensa, carnosa, profunda y estructurada. Presenta un perfecto equilibrio gracias a su acidez y regala unos taninos pulidos.
Temperatura de servicio
Se recomienda servir a 16 ºC.
Hasta 2056 si se conserva en óptimas condiciones.

Viñedo y elaboración

Más de 60 años.
Gravas y arcilla.

Opinión de los críticos

The Wine Advocate:

Château Latour’s 2016 grand vin is a knockout—perfectly encapsulating the estate’s paradoxical signature of at once possessing jaw-dropping power with hauntingly gorgeous fragrance and finesse: Bordeaux’s iron fist in a velvet glove. Very deep purple-black in color, the nose of the 2016 Latour is quite closed to begin, slowly unfurling to reveal chocolate-covered cherries, licorice, red roses and violets with Indian spices, blueberry compote, blackcurrant cordial and cigar box plus wafts of pencil lead and iron ore. Medium to full-bodied, the mid-palate explodes with densely packed black fruits and tons of earth, mineral and spice accents, with a super ripe, fine-grained frame and seamless freshness, finishing very long and seductively perfumed.




James Suckling:

Lots of blueberries, ripe blackberries, violets, peppercorns, olives and cloves on the nose. It’s medium-to full-bodied with firm, fleshy tannins. Beautiful blue fruit and flowers. Layered and long. Drink after 2023.




Jeb Dunnuck:

The second wine of this great château, the 2016 Les Forts De Latour continues to impress. I commented on release that it was the best wine in the vintage, and my opinion hasn't changed. This beauty offers plenty of classic Latour character as well as notes of blackcurrants, saddle leather, lead pencil shavings, and dried flowers. Full-bodied, concentrated, and perfectly balanced, it's just now starting to round into form and will no doubt continue drinking well for another 2+ decades. It's a gorgeous Pauillac.


This is an exceptionally good Forts de Latour, representing 37.5% of production. It is full of graphite and black cassis, closed but not austere. There is flesh on these bones and the texture is already remarkably finessed. This is grippy, showing finesse and energy, aged entirely in new oak although you can't tell. The sense of energy is remarkable even in this second wine. 64.3% Cabernet Sauvignon, 35.3% Merlot and 0.4% Cabernet Franc.