Chateau latour martillac 2006 12.5 abv Quite clear gold yellow Nose : Clean complex and pronunced bouquet but fully developed, very ripe citrus and mandarine, peach dried flowers,hazelnut toasty nice butter and mineral. Palate : wine was dry Low acidity but very soft and texture, good intensity and lenght, very special correspondence among aromas bouquet and Palate Fully developed drink now
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(Chateau Latour-Martillac Blanc Pessac-Léognan) This has an immediately appealing nose, with restrained capsicum notes and slightly oatmealy oak. It is fresh but full, attractive and slightly fat on the palate. Underneath though there is a lot of acidity, providing much better definition than I found last time, more vigour and verve. This has an attractively rich, citrus fruit finish and overall I think it has great potential. A much higher score today.
(Chateau Latour-Martillac Blanc Pessac-Léognan) A bright and aromatic wine, quite vibrant in its presence. Fresh, with good flavour, a good and firm seam of acidity. Nice weight and grip, with a moderate concentration. Not demonstrating a lot of precision or vigour tonight.
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