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Latour Forts - Château Latour - Pauillac 2010

Couleur Rouge
Appellation Pauillac
Millesime 2010
Contenance Bouteille (75 cl)
Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar
Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar
    90 / 100

byStephen Tanzerthe8/31/2013

Deep red.  Sweet red cherry, cassis, cedar and graphite on the showy nose.  Sweet and chewy in the mouth, with red fruit liqueur and Oriental spice elements carrying through on the tactile, long finish.  Much better than the Pauillac, which is the estate's third wine.

Wine Spectator
Wine Spectator
    95 / 100

byJames Molesworththe3/31/2013

A solid, briary, grippy, tarry Pauillac, with a sappy edge to the kirsch, blackberry, plum skin and steeped fig notes, liberally laced with anise and tar. Shows good energy through the finish, with a cassis bush note echoing. Best from 2017 through 2035. –JM

Wine Advocate
Wine Advocate
    97 / 100

byRobert Parkerthe3/1/2013

Bizarre as it may sound, the 2010 Les Forts de Latour is also the finest I have ever tasted from this selection, which comes from specific vineyards, not really so much a second wine as just another wine from estate holdings. A blend of 72.5% Cabernet Sauvignon and 27.5% Merlot that represents 40% of the production, this astonishing wine hit 14.3% natural alcohol. Extremely ripe and rich, it reminds me of the 1982 on steroids (and that wine is still drinking great 30 years after the vintage). Sensational notes of graphite, crushed rocks, black fruits, camphor and damp forest notes are present in this expansive, savory, full-throttle wine, which is better than many vintages of the great Latour itself from the past. (That may be a heretical statement, but it’s the truth as I see it.) This wine needs a good 5-6 years of cellaring and should age for three decades at minimum, given the fact that the 1982 is in terrific form and wasn’t this concentrated or prodigious.  There is no denying the outrage and recriminations over the decision by the Pinault family and their administrator, Frederic Engerer, to pull Latour off the futures market next year. However, you can still buy these 2010s, although the first two wines are not likely to be released until they have more maturity, which makes sense from my perspective. Perhaps Latour may have offended a few loyal customers who were buying wines as futures, but they are trying to curtail all the interim speculation that occurs with great vintages of their wines (although only God knows what a great vintage of future Latour will bring at seven or eight years after the harvest). As a set of wines, the 2010s may be the Pinaults’ and Engerer’s greatest achievements to date. Of course, I suspect the other first-growth families won’t want to hear that, nor will most of the negociants in Bordeaux, but it’s just the way things are. Frederic Engerer, by no means the most modest of administrators at the first growths, thinks it would be virtually impossible to produce a wine better than this, and he may well be correct. If they gave out Academy Awards for great performances in wine, the Pinaults and Engerer would certainly fetch a few in 2010. P.S. Just so you don’t worry, Engerer offered up the 2009 next to the 2010 to see if I thought it was still a 100-point wine, and yes, ladies and gentlemen, it still is.

Wine Advocate
Wine Advocate
    94 / 100

byNeal Martinthe2/18/2013

The Les Forts de Latour has a very complex nose with subtle notes of raspberry preserve, blackcurrant, graphite and a very faint, almost marmalade-like scents. The palate is medium bodied with great tension and poise, the acidity slicing through the dense blackberry fruit laced with white pepper and graphite. This is a sense of “solidity” to this Les Forts that is paradigmatic of the vintage. Excellent - although it deserves a decade in bottle. Tasted November 2012

Jamessuckling.com
Jamessuckling.com
    96 / 100

byJames Sucklingthe2/3/2013

Aromas of currants, blueberries and blackberries with a dark chocolate undertone. Perfumes and beautiful. Full body, with velvety tannins that are fine-tuned and tentative. It lasts for minutes. Gorgeous fruit and richness. Perhaps the greatest Les Fort ever? Try in 2018

Wein Wisser
Wein Wisser
    18 / 20

the5/31/2011

Sattes Purpur-Granat, dicht in der Mitte, lila Schimmer. Frisches florales Bouquet, feine dunkle Pilznoten, Brombeerstauden, Trüffel, ziemlich tiefgründig. Fester Gaumen mit geschmeidigen Tanninen, viel Charme, ausgeglichene Adstringenz, nachhaltig und verlangend, interessantes Potenzial, das durchaus mit einem veritablem Deuxième Cru zu vergleichen ist. Ein sehr gelungener Les Forts. Bravo! 2018-2033

Wine Advocate
Wine Advocate
    92-95 / 100

byRobert Parkerthe5/31/2011

2010 Forts de Latour: Possibly the most profound Forts de Latour ever produced, the 2010, like its bigger brother, Latour, was harvested between the third week of September and October 11. Representing 40% of the production and tipping the scales at 14.3% alcohol, it is a blend of 72.5% Cabernet Sauvignon and the rest Merlot. Super-concentrated as well as unctuously textured and opulent, this pure, deep Forts de Latour should drink well for 25-30 years. It is as great as the prodigious 1982, which is still drinking well at age 29. Drink 2011-2041

Asian Palate
Asian Palate
    90-92 / 100

byJeannie Cho Lee MWthe5/24/2011

The deep ruby 2010 Fort de Latour has aromas of plums, fresh blackberries, juicy blueberries and cedar, echoed on the palate but lurking behind a wall of tannins. This wine has good length and depth, but is very closed and backward at the moment, and will need at least 7-8 more years before the tannins soften and the fruit comes to the fore.

Le Point
Le Point
    16 / 20

byJacques Dupontthe5/12/2011

Fruits noirs, prune, bouche moelleuse, souple, tanins délicats, long harmonieux, frais. O=2015 G=10 ans

Jamessuckling.com
Jamessuckling.com
    94-95 / 100

byJames Sucklingthe4/30/2011

This is hyper fine, with beautiful tannins that are incredibly integrated. Full and super intense. Licorice and currants and violets. Splendid. 72.5% Cabernet Sauvignon, 25.5% Merlot, and 2% Petit Verdot.

Decanter Magazine
Decanter Magazine
    18 / 20

bySteven Spurrierthe4/30/2011

Slightly smoky nose, great expression of rich, vigorous fruit, superb freshness and structure. Drink 2020-35. (18 points)

The Wine Cellar Insider
The Wine Cellar Insider
    90-93 / 100

byJeff Levethe4/25/2011

Les Forts de Latour is produced from 72.5 Cabernet Sauvignon, 25.5 Merlot and 2% Petit Verdot. This deeply colored, earth, oak, cassis and tobacco scented wine offers concentration, freshness, blackberry and chocolate flavors in the finish. This wine shares a family resemblance with its big brother, Chateau Latour. 90-93 Pts

Jancis Robinson
Jancis Robinson
    18 / 20

byJancis Robinsonthe4/20/2011

72.5% Cabernet Sauvignon, 25.5% Merlot, 2% Petit Verdot. 40% of production. Very, very dark purple. Scented and supple on the nose! Oddly enough this seems lighter than one might expect from this vintage and name – has it absorbed all the lighter cuvées? Really quite luscious and sweet, despite its IPT of 87! Very rich for Forts. Very flattering and winning. The open face of Latour. A bit sweeter than usual – very much the open face. Less classic Latour than usual. Drink 2020-2035

Wine Enthusiast
Wine Enthusiast
    93-95 / 100

byRoger Vossthe4/8/2011

A juicy wine, with great spice and delicious black currant flavours, marked by acidity. The power is certainly there, but the wine has as much style as weight.-R.V.

Wine Spectator
Wine Spectator
    93-96 / 100

byJames Molesworththe3/31/2011

This comes off as almost sweet, thanks to gentle ripeness and friendly plum sauce, raspberry and cherry compote notes, all backed by an energy that's in reserve. There's latent acidity rippling through the finish, where briar, pastis and graphite lurk as well. Really pure. A noticeable step up from the Pauillac. Tasted nonblind. —J.M.

Information: Details:
Couleur Rouge
Appellation Pauillac
Millesime 2010
Contenance Bouteille (75 cl)
Domaine Château Latour

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