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Lagrave Martillac, Pessac-Leognan 2015

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The Wine

Château Latour-Martillac's second wine is known as Lagrave-Martillac. The red Lagrave-Martillac was introduced in 1986, and its white counterpart followed in 1990. Both are produced from selected plots of the estate's younger vines. The attention to detail and vinification methods employed by the technical team mirror those used for the estate's premier wine.

93/100 James Suckling: "Very attractive spicy oak sits across impeccably ripe dark plums and blackberries. The palate is suave and smooth with pure, precise dark cherries and blackberries. A long, regal finish. Try from 2023."


The Details
Variety - Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot
Country - France
Region - Bordeaux
Sub Region - Pessac-Leognan

Extra - Cork
Year - 2015
Volume - 750ml

About the Wine Maker

Latour-Martillac in Bordeaux’s Pessac Leognan's appellation is one of the best value under the radar Estates of the region. Although it was famously served at the coronation of King George VI, it has seems to have been somewhat overlooked in recent years. Its striking art deco label was designed by Alfred Kressman in the 1930s and it remains under the Kressman’s ownership today. Its name is derived from the 12th century tower on the estate, all that is left of a small, fortified castle although the name Martillac was added to differentiate the property from the First Growth, Chateau Latour. It was awarded classed growth status in the Graves classification of 1959, and was one just six to be awarded for both its reds and whites.